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  1. Latest On Montreal Canadiens Rebuild

    For many, looking at the Montreal Canadiens’ situation from afar, they would classify it as a “rebuild.” After appearing in the Stanley Cup Finals in the shortened 2020-21 season, the team was eager to repeat their success, but instead found themselves in the basement of the NHL standings. Not only that, it began to appear…
  2. Evening Notes: Nylander, Maple Leafs Injuries, Sillinger

    The Toronto Maple Leafs and their fans figure to have a tense few months throughout the 2023-24 NHL calendar, as superstar Auston Matthews will be eligible for an extension, and should he choose not to pursue one in Toronto, could head to the UFA market. But, even if Matthews were to re-sign, the UFA worry…
  3. Training Camp Cuts: 09/28/22

    Preseason action continues tonight with a handful of matches, giving young players and veterans another chance to show off their skills. As we get closer to the start of the regular season, teams will continue to reduce their rosters and send hopefuls packing. Here are today’s cuts. Boston Bruins (via team release) F Joey Abate (to…
  4. Tyson Hinds Signs With Anaheim Ducks

    The Anaheim Ducks have signed defenseman Tyson Hinds to a three-year, entry-level contract, per a team release. Financial terms have not been disclosed. Hinds, selected 76th overall by the Ducks in the 2021 NHL Draft, has been an impressive performer throughout rookie camp and preseason. The team made an extra effort to select him at the draft,…
  5. Anaheim Ducks Forward Max Jones Out Day-To-Day

    According to Anaheim Ducks assistant coach Mike Stothers and relayed by The Athletic’s Eric Stephens, forward Max Jones is out day-to-day with a lower-body injury. Jones, the team’s 24th overall selection in the 2016 NHL Draft, played just two games last season before suffering a torn chest muscle and missing practically the entire campaign. While this lower-body injury has…
  6. Injury Notes: Carrier, Muzzin, Blueger

    The Vegas Golden Knights have some good news and some bad news on the injury front. The good news is that captain Mark Stone has “checked all the medical boxes” according to head coach Bruce Cassidy, and should be able to take part in a preseason game in the next few days. The bad news…
  7. Sean Couturier Will Not Require Surgery

    It appears as though the Philadelphia Flyers have avoided the worst injury outcome (at least for now) in regards to Sean Couturier. According to Chuck Fletcher, who spoke with reporters including Charlie O’Connor of The Athletic, the veteran center will not require surgery for his recent setback but remains out on a week-to-week basis. There…
  8. Alex Galchenyuk Released From PTO

    After joining them fewer than ten days ago, Alex Galchenyuk is no longer with the Colorado Avalanche. Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports that his professional tryout with the team is over and that Jacob MacDonald has taken his locker with the main group. This does not necessarily mean bad news for Galchenyuk. He could…
  9. USA Hockey Names Chris Clark GM Of 2023 National Team

    After a disappointing fourth-place finish at this year’s World Championship, USA Hockey has made some changes for next year. Chris Clark, director of player personnel for the Columbus Blue Jackets, will take over as general manager, replacing Ryan Martin who served in the role for just one tournament. Supporting Clark, who is still relatively young…
  10. Morning Notes: Robertson, Petry, CHL

    Preseason is already well underway and there continues to be no real update in talks between Jason Robertson and the Dallas Stars, according to Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic. The insider explains that the only thing coming out of either side is that daily discussions are being held. Robertson, 23, is one of four remaining…