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Habs Daily: Guhle Injury, Avoiding Mistakes, Canadiens Coaching

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Here are the Montreal Canadiens news, highlights, and stories you may have missed during the weekend.

Montreal Canadiens News

  • The Montreal Canadiens are at a crucial point in their rebuild, and they could learn from the mistakes of their rivals on what to avoid this summer. Be it from catastrophic trades, poor drafting or a lack of asset management, their rebuilds were plagued by rushing the process too quickly. [3 Mistakes Made By Divisional Rivals The Canadiens Should Avoid]
  • Every coach has their style. Some allow their players the freedom to rely on their instincts, while others choose to have a strict system that everyone must follow. Too much coaching and structure, and not enough freedom, can force you to grip your stick too tight and worry about not making a mistake rather than playing “your game.” [Canadiens Coaching: The Balance Between Structure and Instincts]
  • Prospect Owen Beck had a goal and an assist in Saginaw’s first game at the Memorial Cup, a 5-4 win over Moose Jaw. He was held off the board in Saginaw’s second game of the tournament, an impressive 5-4 come-from-behind win against Drummondville. Beck and The Spirit will be back in action on Thursday against the powerhouse London Knights.

  • Kaiden Guhle was not in the lineup for Canada as they faced Sweden in the bronze medal game at the 2024 World Championship. Guhle was injured in Canada’s 3-2 shootout loss to Switzerland.

  • Tomas Plekanec was part of the coaching staff that guided host team Czechia to their seventh World Championship.

  • Cole Caufield continued to have great things to say about his linemate, Juraj Slafkovsky.

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  • After playing the first two games close to the vest, the Florida Panthers and New York Rangers certainly opened things up in Game 3 on Sunday. The Panthers rallied from a two-goal deficit and tied the score in the third — only New York scored 5:35 into overtime for a 5-4 win. New York now holds a 2-1 series lead after winning two straight in OT. [Florida Panthers]
  • Boston Bruins CEO and Alternate Governor Charlie Jacobs made it clear on Wednesday that the jobs of President Cam Neely, General Manager Don Sweeney, and Head Coach Jim Montgomery are safe. [New Jersey Devils]
  • The NHL dream for Matvei Michkov and the Flyers is still very much alive for this summer. Both Michkov and Rotenberg spoke on the Flyers rumours in interviews with MatchTV and did everything but squash the chatter. [Philadelphia Flyers]
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Mahovlich1971

Bizarre that Canadiens.com reported that Guhle was a healthy scratch, which obviously makes no sense.