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

Montreal Canadiens News


  • Canadiens sniper Cole Caufield will take part in the 2024 World Championship, joining a very strong United States roster that includes talented players like Brady Tkachuk, Trevor Zegras, and Luke Hughes.

  • We’re not going to suggest Juraj Slafkovsky is a top 5 winger in the NHL just yet, but given he’s just 20 years old there’s plenty of time to reach that point.

  • PWHL Montreal faced New York on Wednesday, with alternate captain Laura Stacey scoring a very nice one-timer goal in the big win. With the victory, Montreal has officially clinched a playoff spot.



National Hockey Now Network

  • If this was the most important game of Alexandar Georgiev’s Avalanche career (and I said it was), he answered the bell. In a big way. Things didn’t exactly start swimmingly. “Georgiev” chants just 35 seconds into the game, and a goal against at the 3:15 mark of the first period. I’m sure if the Avalanche drew up how they wanted to start the game, it involved none of that. That being said, it’s how you rebound in tough moments that show your character, and Georgiev more than held up his end of the bargain on Tuesday night. [Colorado Avalanche]


  • If not the Anaheim Ducks, who else would the Philadelphia Flyers trade with? Apparently, the Minnesota Wild were in hot pursuit of former Flyers prospect Cutter Gauthier. Gauthier, as we know, was traded to Anaheim by the Flyers in exchange for Jamie Drysdale and a 2025 second-round pick. He recently signed his entry-level contract and played a game for the Ducks. [Philadelphia Flyers]
  • Kyle Dubas has made it clear that the Pittsburgh Penguins’ approach to the offseason will not involve a tear-it-down rebuild, that the plan will be to construct a playoffs-caliber team via trades, free-agent signings and promotions from the farm team in Wilkes-Barre. [Pittsburgh Penguins]