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Habs Daily: Canadiens Draft Picks, Laval Rocket To Miss Playoffs

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

Montreal Canadiens News

 

  • The Canadiens’ AHL affiliate, the Laval Rocket, will not participate in the 2024 AHL playoffs. Goals from Mitchell Stephens and Lias Andersson put the Rocket in a good position on Friday, but the Belleville Senators stormed back to score three consecutive goals. The Rocket have another game against the Senators tomorrow, but the result will be inconsequential as North Division playoff spots have all been spoken for.

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  • Legendary Canadiens bench boss Scotty Bowman thinks the Canadiens are doing good work when it comes to the rebuild.

  • It appears that Nick Suzuki will not be heading to the World Championship. Considering how much his workload with the Canadiens weighs on him, it’s reasonable to suggest he deserves a break.

  • Jordan Harris is one of the most affable players in the organization. He continues to play his part in the community by participating in charitable events.

  • Juraj Slafkovsky will be representing Slovakia at the 2024 World Championship. His relationship with head coach Craig Ramsay certainly helped the decision.

 

 

National Hockey Now Network

  • The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Thursday afternoon that defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen underwent surgery to repair a torn triceps muscle, two months after the injury initially occurred. But, why did the Flyers wait two months for Ristolainen to have the surgery, and why were no updates provided until now? [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • The Detroit Red Wings pulled off another miraculous 5-4 comeback win over the Montreal Canadiens, doing what they could do to qualify for the playoffs. But none of it mattered because of an empty-net goal the Washington Capitals scored 455 miles away. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • The hockey gods toyed with the Pittsburgh Penguins’ emotions until the very end. For the Penguins to return to the postseason, they needed the Detroit Red Wings and Washington Capitals to lose. Alas, it was not meant to be. [Pittsburgh Penguins]