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Habs Daily: Lindholm Trade Impact On Monahan, All-Star Suzuki



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Have a look at all the latest Montreal Canadiens news, highlights, and stories you may have missed on Thursday.

Habs News

  • The Montreal Canadiens got a significant amount of good news after the Vancouver Canucks plucked Elias Lindholm off the trade board. By far the biggest fish, in terms of rentals, leading up to the 2024 NHL Trade Deadline, Elias Lindholm‘s move to Vancouver has changed the playing field. [Impact Of Lindholm Trade On Canadiens, Monahan Trade Talks]
  • Canadiens captain Nick Suzuki was drafted by superstar Connor McDavid at the 2024 NHL All-Star Game.


  • Suzuki also answered questions from some members of the media. It’s the fourth time Suzuki has been invited to participate in the All-Star festivities and his third time as an actual NHL All-Star.


  • Suzuki was not the only person answering questions in Toronto. Famous crooner Michael Buble let it slip that he was attending the All-Star draft while he was on mushrooms.


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  • Blackhawks fans certainly remember when Kaapo Kakko was the second overall pick. Taken right before Chicago selected Kirby Dach in the 2019 Draft, Kakko was projected to be a Jonathan Huberdeau type, which now in hindsight, is even more interesting. At the time, Huberdeau was piling up points for the Florida Panthers. Then he was traded to the Calgary Flames in the blockbuster deal that sent Matthew Tkachuk the other way. Huberdeau has watched his production stall. Kakko has yet to get started and the comparison has proven more apt than initially expected. [Chicago Blackhawks]
  • It seems that center Evgeni Malkin has become a polarizing figure with the Pittsburgh Penguins faithful. There is an element of sentimentality and appreciation for the long-time team core player. There is also a faction that has turned on him, apparently because they think he has become bad for business. [Pittsburgh Penguins]

  • The New York Islanders are approaching a decision point. As the NHL’s trade deadline draws closer, team president and general manager Lou Lamoriello must determine what moves he will or won’t make and what direction he wants to take the team in the immediate future.[New York Islanders]
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