Profiles and stories on the prospects of the Montreal Canadiens
A trade of players currently in the minor leagues.
The Rocket play tonight, and Schueneman hasn’t played a game since the pre-season.
Frederik Dichow finally gets a start, and Oliver Kapanen’s rebound season continues.
After a rough start, Laval improved as the game wore on, but couldn’t capitalize.
Poirier’s sudden departure leaves void as the year begins.
A strong showing on all fronts earned the Rocket the victory.
After a tough year, the Canadiens prospect is looking like himself again.
Corey Schueneman was also sent down to the Laval Rocket.
The Habs’ two QMJHL prospects have not missed a beat, Owen Beck has shown some impressive things despite the scoresheet (again), and more on the Habs’ CHL hopefuls.
There were plenty of promising signs for the Rocket, but not enough to avoid a winless weekend.
The Rocket overcame a three-goal deficit to earn a point in their home opener.
The defenceman will likely make his professional debut this season.
The first-round pick looks set to hit the ice for the first time since March.
Engstrom and Frederik Dichow are getting used to new environments in 2022-23.
The Canadiens pare down the options on the blue line.
A recap of the performances of the Habs’ NCAA prospects in their non-official season debuts.
The 2021 first-round pick was taken 31st overall.
The final roster continues to take shape.
The 2022 second-round pick earns a contract with his strong camp.
45 players remain in camp.
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