Quietly effective at both ends of the ice, Danault is filling one turtleneck-sized hole in the Canadiens’ lineup perfectly.
In today’s links, Keith Kinkaid represents the best backup netminder that the Habs have enjoyed in years, wondering whether the Flyers finally have a quality goaltender in Carter Hart, and how much will the likes of Zach Werenski and Charlie McAvoy make next season?
After almost all of his house cleaning is done, will the Canadiens GM make another move?
Kinkaid arrives in Montreal looking forward to playing with Carey Price, talking remaining free-agents, William Nylander offers to foot the bill for fans who own his jersey after changing his number, and more in today's links
In a top-six role for the third straight season, Danault took another step forward.
The coach of Allsvenskan’s Modo Hockey is confident in his charge’s chances of making it to the NHL.
In today’s links, Reilly wants to improve, Joel Armia and Artturi Lehkonen are focused on increasing their offence, and looking back on Alex Galchenyuk’s time as a Coyote.
Evaluating not just the players, but the decisions to pick them over other options during the draft.
Marc Bergevin has been a busy man this summer, but few of those moves have affected the top of the lineup.
For the second year in a row, the prospect pool gets filled to the brim with an eventful draft.
The Canadiens defenceman creates offence, even if he’s not the one to score.
In today’s links, an injury at Habs development camp will force Struble out of the WJSS, the Canadiens lock up Joel Armia and Artturi Lehkonen, and looking at the best and worst contracts in the NHL.
The forward was a restricted free agent.
In the second part of our series examining the Canadiens’ power play, we review the purpose of a man advantage, how the 1-3-1 became the preferred scheme around the league, and what was wrong with the Habs’ iteration.
With the arrival of Ben Chiarot, where do the other LDs fit for this upcoming season?
New players came and went this season, but Mete and Shea Weber found themselves back together once again.
In today’s links, Caufield looks to build on his offensive skills, Vejdemo talks about his influences, Chiarot is loving life, and more.
The Hurricanes have taken on the deal agreed upon between Marc Bergevin and Aho’s representation.
In today’s links, Barber’s determination, a special birthday wish, and the ongoing Marner watch in Toronto.
The forward will provide stiff competition during training camp.
In today’s links, Nick Cousins becomes a Hab, Phil Varone’s determination to make the roster, and the beginning of salary arbitration.
The players ensure there will be a deadline for contract discussions.
Another addition for the team.