Montreal Canadiens

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  • Goals For
    223 GF
  • Goals Against
    198 GA
  • Power Play %
    19.7 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.1 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    759 PIM
  • National Post

    Montreal Canadiens have holes to fill, but first task is dealing with Alex Radulov and Andrei Markov

    The Canadiens hope they addressed their future needs at the NHL entry draft on the weekend, but now it’s time for general manager Marc Bergevin to focus on the present. Bergevin managed to add an experienced defenceman when he acquired David Schlemko from the expansion Vegas Golden Knights, but he has some large holes to fill in the run-up to the opening of the free-agent market on July 1. The GM’s first task is to deal with unrestricted free agents (UFAs) Alex Radulov and Andrei Markov. Radulov has expressed gratitude to Bergevin and the Canadiens for resurrecting his NHL career but, as we are reminded constantly, hockey is a business. Radulov has found a home in Montreal, but has he been here

  • National Post

    Matt Duchene could be on the move, Canadiens GM has decisions to make: Seven names to watch with free agency set to open

    CHICAGO — Young superstar Connor McDavid has his Hart Trophy, Vegas GM George McPhee has a full roster of players and more than 200 young men have had their childhood dreams fulfilled by being drafted into the NHL. Now, in the coming week, the real fun begins. Free agent frenzy kicks off on Saturday when the market officially opens, but expect there to be plenty of movement before then as teams attempt to wheel and deal to bolster their rosters while trying to wriggle their way under the salary cap. With that in mind, here are seven names you can expect to hear plenty about in the coming week. Forward Matt Duchene, Colorado Avalanche It would not have been a surprise if Joe Sakic had left Chicago