Will the Montreal Canadiens hit the NHL trade market to improve their goalie depth?
That, more Montreal Canadiens and NHL news, as well as NHL trade rumours.
My partner-in-scribe, Marco D’Amico, looks at three NHL trade targets the Montreal Canadiens could deal for to improve their goaltending depth.
Apparently the oddsmakers continue to underestimate Canadiens rookie forward and the top overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft, Juraj Slafkovsky.
Canada Hockey Now
CGY: Are the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers engaging in a Battle of Alberta on the free agent market?
VAN: The Vancouver Canucks could be active on the NHL Trade market soon and with that in mind, what players may not be available on their roster?
National Hockey Now
BOS: Can Boston Bruins winger Nick Foligno rebound from a bad first season in a two year, $7.6 million contract with a $3.8 million AAV?
PGH: Pittsburgh Penguins President of Hockey Operations, Brian Burke, insists that his team is better than they were last season.
WSH: So how exactly is the ice made at Capital One Arena as the Washington Capitals prepare for a season?
DET: Is former Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk gearing up for a comeback?
VGK: Can we all agree that the Vegas Golden Knights made one of the worst deals on the NHL trade market when they traded goalie Marc-Andre Fleury?
SJS: So where can San Jose Sharks defenceman Marco Ferraro improve defensively? Sheng Peng takes a deep dive.
The Montreal Canadiens continue to be linked to right-handed defenceman in NHL trade rumours. Could Edmonton Oilers defenceman Tyson Barrie make sense for the Canadiens?
Kevin Cheveldayoff is the only general manager of the Winnipeg Jets since they were reborn with the relocation of the Atlanta Thrashers. Could the Jets be moving on to their second general manager after this season?
The Ottawa Senators signed Erik Brannstrom to a one-year deal worth $900,000.