Houses news from multiple draft years
One of the QMJHL’s top scorers gets his first professional contract.
The Oilers get in on the action with a puck-moving defenceman.
The Montreal Canadiens have dealt the defenceman to a division rival.
The first trade domino has fallen, as trade deadline approaches.
Montreal makes a move to cover the loss of Phillip Danault.
Kotkaniemi will become a member of the Carolina Hurricanes on the one-year deal.
With an ongoing investigation in Chicago that no one in the organization can recall anything about, the Canadiens added another black mark to the top league’s reputation.
The Canadiens are hoping lightning strikes twice.
The Russian defenceman may just be a diamond in the rough.
Trudeau has plenty of the skills of a two-way defender, but lacks the skating to tie those elements together.
Once more, the Canadiens have deferred to next year’s draft on home soil.
The Habs went to their own backyard to find another scoring forward.
The Habs have once again elected to punt a pick into 2022, also adding some later selections this year in a separate trade.
Montreal adds another defenceman with the first of three fourth-round picks.
The Habs have decided to punt their third-rounder into a stronger draft class.
The Canadiens add a skilled Finn with their second of back-to-back picks.
The decision to draft Logan Mailloux shows a lack of respect for the fanbase.
Appalling doesn’t even begin to cover the Canadiens’ decision on Friday night.