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

Montreal Canadiens News

  • The 2024 NHL Draft Lottery takes place on Tuesday, so MHN decided to simulate the outcome to predict what the first 16 picks could look like come June 28. [MHN Pre-Lottery 2024 NHL Mock Draft]



  • Nick Suzuki’s decision to decline Team Canada’s invite to the 2024 World Championship continues to be criticized by out-of-market pundits who seem to be questioning Suzuki’s dedication to hockey. Truth be told, few players around the NHL have shown the same type of passion and commitment to their NHL team. [Canadiens Facts: Suzuki’s Dedication To Hockey Beyond Reproach]



National Hockey Now Network

  • The Panthers and the Bruins are not exactly strangers. They have played each other 11 times in the past 13 months: seven playoff games last season and four regular-season games over the past year. That is plenty of time to learn each other’s strengths and weaknesses. Also, there was ample time to develop the animosities that make this a great rivalry. [Florida Panthers]
  • The Colorado Avalanche finally know who their opponent will be in round two, although they’ve been ready if it was going to be the Stars for a few days now. “We were done (pre-scouting) with Dallas probably four days ago,” Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar said after practice on Monday. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • Can the Boston Bruins exact revenge for 2023 and beat the Florida Panthers in the second round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs? An NHL scout gives us insight as to the possible outcomes. [Boston Bruins]
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They should pick Anton Silayev and with the second first round pick take Dean Letourneau as both are 6’7″. A forward line with Slafkovsky, Dach and Letourneau could be the largest in hockey and if it takes a couple of years for Silayev to arrive then Matheson and Savard will have departed by then.