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

Montreal Canadiens News

  • The Montreal Canadiens probably won’t have an opportunity to draft Macklin Celebrini, but there’s plenty of talent on the board beyond the No.1 ranked prospect at the 2024 NHL Entry Draft.  Make sure to cast your vote in our latest Habs fan poll to have your say on the potential fifth-overall pick by the Canadiens.  Habs Fans Vote – Available Prospects At The 2024 NHL Entry Draft]
  • Friday was the three-year anniversary of the famous first-round win by the Habs over the eternal sadness that is the Toronto Maple Leafs organization. We take a look back at the series and the impact it had on the franchise. [Canadiens History: The Epic 2021 Playoff Series Versus Toronto]
  • Jared Davidson signed his entry-level contract. The rough-and-tumble forward was used sparingly by the Laval Rocket during his rookie campaign, but picked up momentum as the season unfolded, scoring 11 goals and five assists in 38 games. The deal is set to expire in 2026.

  • Montreal will lose the rights to prospects Petteri Nurmi, Cedrick Guindon, and Miguel Tourigny if they do not sign them on Saturday.

Below is this years list of players that must be signed to an ELC by 5pm ET on Saturday, June 1, otherwise the team will lose their exclusive signing rights.https://t.co/nXfmDT1fO4 pic.twitter.com/VwClxOUHXC

— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) May 30, 2024

  • Owen Beck and the Saginaw Spirit will have one final opportunity to beat the powerhouse London Knights this season. Saginaw beat Moose Jaw in the Memorial Cup semifinal to qualify for the last game of the tournament. Beck scored a nice goal midway through the game to cement the 7-1 win. Beck’s final CHL game will take place on Sunday, starting at 7:30 pm ET.

  • Former Canadiens goaltender Carey Price was given an honorary doctorate by the University of Northern British Columbia.

National Hockey Now Network

  • The Florida Panthers are a win away from making a trip to the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year. Just don’t tell anyone in the locker room that. They do not want to hear it. After a 3-2 win in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference final gave them a 3-2 led in the Eastern Conference final, the Panthers are not focused on the Final. They’re focused on taking down the New York Rangers in Game 6 on Saturday night in Sunrise. [Florida Panthers]
  • The New Jersey Devils have addressed one of their top priorities this offseason, finally naming a head coach. Next, they’ll look to address their next most important need, most likely via a trade. [New Jersey Devils]
  • For those who don’t know of or anything about top 2024 prospect Carter Yakemchuk, he’s a 6-foot-3 right-shot defenseman who just led all WHL defensemen in goals with 30. The 18-year-old was second in goals on his team, the Calgary Hitmen, and also finished second in assists (41) and points (71).[Philadelphia Flyers]
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