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Habs Daily: Canadiens Trade Bait, Missing Element In Laval

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Here are the Montreal Canadiens news items, highlights, and stories from Wednesday.

Montreal Canadiens News

  • Daily Faceoff updated their trade target list ahead of the 2024 NHL Entry Draft. Two Montreal Canadiens players are among the top 20. David Savard and Christian Dvorak. [Daily Faceoff]
  • The Habs agreed to terms on a three-year contract for Laval Rocket head coach Jean-Francois Houle. Houle quickly pointed out the need for a little more leadership in his lineup. [Canadiens AHL Affiliate Missing One Crucial Element]
  • Owen Beck and the Saginaw Spirit put up a strong effort, but the London Knights were the team that punched their ticket directly to the Memorial Cup final. The Spirit will now face Moose Jaw to see which team will have another crack at beating the powerhouse Knights.

  • Lane Hutson’s NCAA coach isn’t worried about his transition to the NHL. Hutson’s intelligence will work to his advantage when it comes to adapting to new situations. [Montreal Gazette]

National Hockey Now Network

  • One of the true old hockey barns still standing in North America, and the original home of the Boston Bruins is reportedly set to enter its final season. Matthews Arena, which served as the Boston Bruins’ original home rink when it was called Boston Arena, will close after the upcoming Northeastern University winter sports season. [Boston Bruins]
  • Early in the third period of Game 4 on Tuesday night, Florida’s Matthew Tkachuk and New York’s Chris Kreider got into a heated moment, one in which Kreider grabbed Tkachuk’s gnawed mouthguard and attempted to toss it into the stands. Although it was reported that the chewed-up piece of plastic made it into the good seats beyond the glass, Kreider’s arm was apparently not Marino-esque. [Florida Panthers]
  • The contract status of Travis Konecny is the de facto hot-button topic of the 2024 Philadelphia Flyers offseason, and for good reason. Konecny is the team’s best and most productive forward by far, but the two-time NHL All-Star is at an age where he doesn’t necessarily align with the future of the Flyers. [Philadelphia Flyers]
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