Connect with us

Canadiens Daily

Habs Daily: NHL Trade Deadline Outlook, MSL Talks Anderson



Montreal Canadiens

Recapping the latest Montreal Canadiens news, highlights, and stories you may have missed.

Habs News

  • As the NHL’s March 8 Trade Deadline looms, we took a look at whether the Montreal Canadiens could improve the four Canadian teams currently in a playoff position through a trade. As an aside, former Canadiens forward Sean Monahan scored a natural hat-trick on Monday against the Calgary Flames.  [Trade Deadline Cap Broker Targets For Montreal Canadiens]



  • Habs forwards Juraj Slafkovsky and Nick Suzuki currently own some of the longest scoring streaks in the NHL.


  • There was some good news on the farm, as prospect Sean Farrell was spotted in a regular jersey at practice for the first time in two months. It’s good timing for the Laval Rocket, especially now that Jan Mysak has picked up an injury.


  • Head Coach Martin St-Louis took time to discuss Josh Anderson’s difficult season. Anderson, 29, has scored seven goals and eight assists in 51 games, a significant downtick in production compared to previous years. Fortunately for Anderson, his coach is not ready to give up on him yet.

National Hockey Now Network

  • Some may be wondering why Nashville Predators center Mark Jankowski was reassigned to the Milwaukee Admirals on Sunday only to be recalled back to the team on Monday afternoon. [Nashville Predators]
  • The Philadelphia Flyers are reportedly still undecided on the future of pending free-agent defenseman Sean Walker. Walker, 29, was brought over by the Flyers from the Los Angeles Kings in the summer and has scored five goals, 15 assists, and 20 points in 56 games.[Philadelphia Flyers]

  • When the Pittsburgh Penguins raised a banner emblazoned with Jaromir Jagr’s No. 68 Sunday, it joined several others already in the rafters at PPG Paints Arena. There were, for example, the ones commemorating the franchise’s five Stanley Cups, as well as those celebrating the other players who have had their numbers retired, Mario Lemieux and Michel Briere. [Pittsburgh Penguins]