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Habs Daily: Reinbacher Excited To Play, Beck’s Impressive Scoring

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Here are the latest Montreal Canadiens news, highlights, and stories you may have missed on Tuesday.

 

  • Not only has Montreal Canadiens prospect Owen Beck looked great since joining the Saginaw Spirit, but he’s also put together the type of numbers that you’d expect from a player who is almost ready to make the jump to professional hockey. [Canadiens Prospect Report: Forward Owen Beck’s NHL Outlook]

 

  • There’s no such thing as ‘deserve’ in sports, which is why we won’t say the Canadiens deserved a better fate against the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. But Montreal can be proud of their effort. Their head coach will be proud, as well. [Canadiens Silver Lining Re-Emerges In Hard-Fought Loss]

 

  • Top prospect David Reinbacher met with the media on Tuesday morning. For now, the 19-year-old is simply excited to get out on the ice and start playing some meaningful hockey.

 

  • Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kloten anymore.

 

  • Both Kirby Dach and Christian Dvorak skated on Tuesday. Neither is expected to be healthy in time to play a game this season, but their mere presence was enough to lift spirits.

 

 

 

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  • The hockey world was dealt another blow on Tuesday when news broke that former Flame, Capital, Nordique, Blackhawk, Ranger, Islander, member of the Wild, and Wawa Flyer, among others; Chris Simon, has died by reported suicide. [Calgary Flames]

  • It’s abundantly clear who the best goaltender is among the New Jersey Devils netminders. Former Hab Jake Allen has only had two starts for the Devils thus far, and both have been on the road. However, it’s not hard to see that the veteran netminder is the best option for New Jersey in the crease.[New Jersey Devils]

  • In his past life, New York Islanders head coach Patrick Roy faced many of those as a Hall of Fame netminder. Of anyone, he has the credence to judge when a goalie is playing up to par. In his eyes, Islanders starting goalie Ilya Sorokin is not. [New York Islanders]
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