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2019 Draft profile: Michal Teply has size and skill, but needs to put it all together

Source: Eyes On The Prize
Date: 2019-06-16

The Czech forward is likely a pick on the draft’s second day, and has an intriguing package. One year after Filip Zadina was the top Czech forward available, Michal Teply comes into the 2019 NHL Draft as the top Czech player. But while Zadina was thought of. and ended up going, early in the draft, Teply shouldn’t hear his name called until the draft’s second day. Teply combines a big frame with a knack for creating offence, but it’s the rest of the package that is lacking. Birthplace: Havlickuv Brod, Czech RepublicDate of birth: May 27, 2001Shoots: LeftPosition: Left WingH

Sunday Links & Open thread: Canadiens need a couple of key players to round out roster

Source: Eyes On The Prize
Date: 2019-06-16

In today’s links, how can Montreal improve next year, a potential return of the NHL Draft to Montreal, an update on defencemen across the league. Montreal Canadiens news and notes The Montreal Canadiens are a bona fide top-line forward and a number-one defenceman away from significantly bolstering their playoff odds next season. [Scott Cullen] The Canadiens will have a lot of big decisions to make at this year’s NHL Draft. [NHL] But it see

Canadiens Connection Podcast ep. 39 | Draft Preview, Bergevin’s Options, Habs News

Source: All Habs Hockey Magazine
Date: 2019-06-15

Canadiens Connection Podcast on Rocket Sports Radio | Marc Bergevin’s Options at NHL Entry Draft, Latest Habs News, Gustav Olofsson, Toronto Raptors NBA Champs ROCKET SPORTS MEDIA | MONTREAL, QC. — Welcome to the Canadiens Connection via Rocket Sports Radio. This engaging podcast featured on All Habs Hockey Magazine connects Habs fans with their beloved team from a source they […]

Grade Andrew Shaw’s season

Source: Eyes On The Prize
Date: 2019-06-15

Going from injury issues to a career year landed Shaw on the trade radar. After a rough summer, tending to a concussion and knee surgery, Andrew Shaw returned to his rightful place in the Montreal Canadiens’ lineup. It didn’t take him long to make his mark by continuing to bring his Shaw-ness to the ice every night. Once paired up with the right teammates, he was on fire, pulling out all the stops and making it a career year. We’re not the only ones who noticed. April 25, 2018: Andrew Shaw undergoes knee surgery, out six months Shaw’s 2017-18 season ended early after a collision du

2019 Draft profile: A new style of teaching paid off for Robert Mastrosimone

Source: Eyes On The Prize
Date: 2019-06-15

After becoming one of the team’s go-to skaters, it won’t take long for the winger to hear his name during the second round. The Chicago Steel are one of the most interesting teams to follow in hockey due to their skill development approach. The Steel hosts practices that feature traditional system-based exercises, but also spend time working on specific aspects of players’ game and how they work together to create on-ice success (skating, shooting, playmaking, stick usage on defence, etc.) The team’s rise this year — going from one of the bottom in the league to one of the top over the course of the season — might lead to a gradual change in

Saturday Links & Open thread: Reminiscing, and looking ahead

Source: Eyes On The Prize
Date: 2019-06-15

In today’s links, Byron expects great things next season, Gustav Olofsson is signed, the Habs celebrate the Raptors’ victory, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Paul Byron reflects on what could have been for the Canadiens last season, all while looking ahead to next season and its new opportunities. [Montreal Gazette] Montreal makes one of its first moves of the off-season, re-signing defenceman Gustav Olofsson.

Podcast: The Nosebleeds Podcast, Episode 38 – Consume The Pizza

Source: Rabid Habs
Date: 2019-06-15

We have a champion! The St. Louis Blues hoisted the Stanley Cup for the first time and the gang is here to break down game seven and the season as a whole. What did they like? What do they want to change? Who are the gamblers picking to win in 2020?  Plus, more snack talk and we take some more questions from our listeners. Find this episode on your favorite podcatcher here. Follow the guys on Twitter: Ian – @BoisvertIan Kristen – @letter_bombs Trevor – @GoldsPersonal RabidHabs – @RabidHabs The Nosebleeds Podcast – @NosebleedsCast The post

Paul Byron says Canadiens 'on the rise' as he prepares for next season

Source: Montreal Gazette
Date: 2019-06-14

Paul Byron watched the St. Louis Blues win the Stanley Cup on TV Wednesday night with his 5-year-old son, Brysen, and thought about what might have been. Read More

NHL News & Notes: Eberle, Niskanen & Gudas, Canadiens & More

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2019-06-14

In today’s News & Notes, Jordan Eberle has signed a contract extension with the New York Islanders, the Washington Capitals traded Matt Niskanen to the Philadelphia Flyers for Radko Gudas, the Montreal Canadiens signed Gustav Olofsson and the Tampa Bay Lightning traded Connor Ingram. Related: NHL News & Notes: Rick Nash, Gustafsson & More Eberle Signs Extension With Islanders The Islanders and Eberle agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $27.5 million. The deal will keep Eberle with the team through the 2023-24 season and will carry an annual cap hit of $5.5 million. Eberle had a down season in 2018-19 and posted his lowest totals since his rookie season back in 2010-11. With 19 goals and 37 points in 78 games, Eberle al

Stu Cowan: Canadiens' Paul Byron has a simple wish for Father's Day

Source: Montreal Gazette
Date: 2019-06-14

All the Canadiens' Paul Byron really wants for Father's Day is some sunshine. Read More

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