Montreal makes a move to cover the loss of Phillip Danault.
Signings and Trades
The centreman has a one-year, $6.1-million deal for the 2021-22 season.
The forward will look to get back to the NHL.
The goaltender remains in the organization.
The hard-working forward stays in the organization.
The Habs sign one of the six restricted free agents in the organization.
The versatile forward joins the team on an inexpensive deal.
The Canadiens add a scoring winger several hours into the start of free agency.
The defenceman will make the league minimum in 2021-22.
The local product comes to his home province.
The Canadiens become Paquette’s fourth organization in three years.
A depth addition to the organization’s defence.
Savard won the Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning earlier this month.
The Finnish forward stays in the city.
The Habs have decided to punt their third-rounder into a stronger draft class.
The Canadiens have revealed their 11-player protected list, and there are several notable names left off.
The move was done in an effort to keep the tandem of Price and Jake Allen intact.
The forward remains in the organization.
The assistant coach stays on Dominique Ducharme’s staff
The coach’s playoff performance earned him the full-time job.
The forward was a major part of the Rocket this season.
The contract begins in 2021-22.
The forward earned the NHL contract with his play in the AHL.
The young defenceman gets scooped up by a division rival.
The youngster is the second 2020 pick to be signed.
The contract will be for the 2021-22 season.