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Habs Daily: Potential Mailloux Recall, Allen Trade Talk, Suzuki

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Montreal Canadiens defenceman Logan Mailloux

Check out the latest Montreal Canadiens news, highlights, and stories you may have missed during the weekend.

Habs News

  • If either Kaiden Guhle or Jordan Harris miss significant time with their latest in uries the Montreal Canadiens may have to look to the Laval Rocket for defensive reinforcements. The options are limited, which could lead to prospect Logan Mailloux making his NHL debut. William Trudeau and Justin Barron are also available. [Canadiens Defenceman Recall Options In The AHL]

 

  • Chris Johnston’s trade bait board no longer features four Habs players. Tanner Pearson and David Savard are absent from the list, and Sean Monahan was traded to the Jets, but goaltender Jake Allen is still among the top players available. As a reminder, despite all the criticism and hatred sent Allen’s way he’s still performing better than the vast majority of the goaltenders in the NHL when it comes to goals saved above expected. [Chris Johnston]

 

  • Habs captain Nick Suzuki scored four goals and two assists in his last three games, making him the third star of the week in the NHL.

  • Suzuki wasn’t the only member of the team that enjoyed a solid week from a production standpoint. Mike Matheson was added to the NHL’s fantasy team of the week.

National Hockey Now Network

  • Seven months ago, it looked as though Cal Petersen’s time in the NHL was close to running out, having been sent to the Philadelphia Flyers as a salary cap dump in the Ivan Provorov trade. Instead, unforeseen circumstances vaulted the 29-year-old from the AHL back to the NHL. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • The New Jersey Devils and Calgary Flames were in serious talks about a potential trade involving goaltender Jacob Markstrom. However, he also reported that the trade has since died. So what halted the potential Flames-Devils trade? [New Jersey Devils]

  • When Vancouver Canucks 6-foot-5, 220-pound player Nikita Zadorov delivered a blow to the head of Red Wings forward Lucas Raymond Saturday it wasn’t the first time that he angered Detroit fans.. [Detroit Red Wings]
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