With the 2020 NHL Draft approaching, Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin is staring at the best chance he’s ever had to improve the team's roster and help turn it toward becoming a perennial playoff contender.
by: Trege Wilson — The Hockey Writers 9h
Marc Bergevin is goint to have a busy offseason. With 10 RFAs and 3 UFAs yet to sign, he needs to decide who stays and who goes.
by: TSN.ca Staff — TSN 28 Sep
Ahead of the NHL Draft and the opening of free agency, TSN.ca keeps you up to date with all the latest rumours and speculation. In Monday's roundup, Bob McKenzie back in the fold for our off-season coverage with a nice little tidbit on Jack Eichel.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 27 Sep
Thankfully, this is by all accounts a very deep draft and should they play their cards right, Montreal could do very well with its picks. Who would the trade be with you ask?
by: Ken MacMillan — Fansided: A Winning Habit 23 Sep
Montreal Canadiens new acquisitions on the blue line will have to fit in somewhere. How will it shake out? The Montreal Canadiens played the entire postsea...
by: Frank Seravalli — TSN 9h
With the Seattle Kraken coming to the NHL in 2021-22, TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli takes a cursory look at the Canadian teams’ protected lists.
by: Ken MacMillan — Fansided: A Winning Habit 21 Sep
The Montreal Canadiens have a plethora of picks in the upcoming draft in October. They will fill their biggest need. The Montreal Canadiens have loaded up ...
by: Chris G — All Habs 21 Sep
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by: Ken MacMillan — Fansided: A Winning Habit 19 Sep
The Montreal Canadiens defence is getting deeper. Is there any room for Noah Juulsen? The Montreal Canadiens were a little thin on defence in the postseaso...
by: Eric Engels — Sportsnet 18 Sep
Even with a global pandemic putting a dent in hockey-related revenue — ensuring the upper limit of the salary cap will remain stagnant for the next two seasons — six-foot-four, 215-pound defencemen who skate reasonably well and chip in a bit of...
by: Ryan Szporer — The Hockey Writers 18 Sep
With Joel Edmundson signed, Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin must shift his attention to another defenseman, this one to trade.