All the information you need about the Canadiens prospects playing in Europe
Heineman plays in a new situation, while other prospects settle into league play following the World Juniors.
Catching up with Coach Hellqvist and Heineman on Heineman’s progress so far this season.
Daily updates on how the Habs prospects are faring in the Maritimes.
The goaltender discusses what it’s been like serving as a backup, getting some time with the national team, and meeting Henrik Lundqvist.
The Canadiens prospect will play in his second full tournament.
A strong start in the OHL makes him a player to watch.
We look at the deployment of the two Finnish prospects, and highlight Adam Engström’s quick rise to the SHL.
The Canadiens prospect is in a good position to make the team.
The Canadiens prospect will play his first game of the season on Saturday.
The forward adds to his point total, while Frederik Dichow is hung out to dry by his team.
The injured forward continues his rehab under the watchful eyes of both the Canadiens and his hometown club.
The goalie will get the opportunity to start at the tournament.
Petteri Nurmi also remains steady on the blue line, and is drawing interest from the national team.
The WJC warmup takes place in Czechia in early November.
Frederik Dichow finally gets a start, and Oliver Kapanen’s rebound season continues.
The Canadiens third-round selection in 2022 will likely play in Sweden through 2023-24.
Engstrom and Frederik Dichow are getting used to new environments in 2022-23.
A virtual unknown on draft day, Adam Engström hopes that a good season with Rögle BK can vault him into more conversations.
We speak with the defenceman’s coach and general manager about expectations for the recent draft pick.
Which Habs prospects stood out, and which one can do more this weekend?
The new Frölunda project is about to begin his SHL campaign.
We speak with Dichow’s head coach, goaltending coach, and tandem mate to get the full picture of what awaits in Frölunda.
An in-depth look into Engström’s analytics, comparative production, and in-game footage to break down what makes him a solid pick-up for the Habs at 92nd overall.
If the Swedish prospect doesn’t make the NHL roster, he will likely end up in Sweden.
"I am still looking for answers to all of my questions," says Mysak as he begins preparing for Montreal Canadiens training camp.