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Before the Montreal Canadiens can even worry about re-reaching the Stanley Cup Final, they must answer five questions this 2021-22 season:
The Montreal Canadiens and general manager Marc Bergevin should not overreact to the latest Carey Price news.
The Canadiens drafted goalie Carey Price fifth overall in the 2005 Draft. He’s become arguably the greatest goaltender in franchise history.
Few Montreal Canadiens forwards benefited from the exodus of centers Phillip Danault and Jesperi Kotkaniemi as much as Jake Evans.
The Montreal Canadiens training camp is halfway through, but some battles for important roster spots could come down to the wire.
Mathieu Perreault’s experience, versatility, and ability to play up and down the lineup will be very valuable to the Canadiens in 2021-22.
Montreal will be in a battle in the Atlantic Division to compete for the division’s three playoff spots with five other teams
The Montreal Canadiens didn’t sign Chris Wideman just to bury him in the American Hockey League. He’s the Habs’ likeliest seventh defenseman.
Under normal circumstances, Montreal Canadiens captain Shea Weber would probably make this list of the worst Habs contracts for 2021-22:
The Montreal Canadiens have some players that can make their power play dangerous in 2021-22. The units should look like this.
With a lot of veterans, it will be tough for many of the Montreal Canadiens prospects to crack the roster in 2021-22.
The Montreal Canadiens are one full season away from getting another chance to win, but they have many milestones to celebrate along the way.
After a year spent in different divisions, the Bruins and Canadiens will rekindle their storied rivalry in the 2021-22 season.
If the Montreal Canadiens need depth this season, here are five Laval Rocket players who could find themselves in the NHL this season.
With the NHL season a month and a half away, last week we predicted the Canadiens forwards for the 2021-22 season. Now we try the defense.
Here are the five Montreal Canadiens prospects who are likeliest to see NHL action this coming 2021-22 season:
The Montreal Canadiens have made an impressive 39 picks in the draft since 2018, and their prospect pool reflects that depth.
There will be no shortage of drama this upcoming 2021-22 Montreal Canadiens season. Here are the top storylines for which to watch out.
Even if the Montreal Canadiens are out a Selke candidate in Phillip Danault, a few other Habs are potentially in line for awards in 2022.
With training camp a month away, it’s never too early trying to predict the 2021-22 line combinations for the Montreal Canadiens.
To get into the spirit for next season, here are some predictions that could be possible for the 2021-22 edition of the Montreal Canadiens.
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