Some scorers turned heads down the stretch throughout the ranks, while Mattias Norlinder finally looked like himself in the SHL playoffs.
Plenty of great offensive performances were found throughout the ranks.
Cole Caufield was looking like the player we all expected, Joshua Roy kept up his incredible production, Rafaël Harvey Pinard led the Rocket, and Frederik Dichow continued to impress.
Tyler Toffoli picked up where he left off, two key prospects grew their offensive games, and a goalie continues to rule overseas.
With the top four defencemen from last year’s playoff run out of commission, Alexander Romanov stepped into a top-pairing role.
Artturi Lehkonen seemed oblivious to the NHL team’s struggles, Laurent Dauphin led the Rocket in Laval, and two prospects put in remarable performances.
The NHL team isn’t doing well, but there were still some great performances throughout the ranks in the past month.
Two of the organization’s top young centres lead the North American pro contingent, Sean Farrell blasts through milestones in the USHL, and Mattias Norlinder showed his potential in the SHL playoffs.
Canadiens properties around the globe were lighting the lamp with regularity.
Jake Allen was doing his best to hold the Habs together, while Sean Farrell was ripping opponents to shreds.
The Habs defenceman is joined by a couple of offensive forwards as this month’s honourees.
A subject of trade speculation all month long, Tatar proved why he was such a hot commodity.
Two goalies and two speedy scoring forwards make up January’s best.
Max Domi’s goal-scoring streak led Montreal, while some top prospects round out the remainder of the list
Two Canadians and two Swedes make up the list of last month’s top performers.
There were some great showings — some expected, and some not — from players throughout the organization in October.
Three goal-scorers make our list, along with one player who makes his living trying to shut them all down.
A handful of players gave or are giving their all as seasons wind down.
Lots of offence and one spectacular defensive performance earn five players monthly honours.
Carey Price led the way for the Canadiens once again, Marie-Philip Poulin continues to dazzle, and Joni Ikonen returns.
Carey Price led Montreal to a great record last month, while others have been doing the same at lower levels.
Max Domi takes the title for a second straight month, while new faces emerge at the other four levels.
Some major surprises and stellar offensive performances were the story of the franchise’s October.