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The Montreal Canadiens 2021-22 NHL Season In Review
Source: puckprose.com

The Montreal Canadiens 2021-22 NHL Season In Review.

Canadiens: 10 Way Too Early Predictions for Habs Offseason
Source: awinninghabit.com

Canadiens: 10 Way Too Early Predictions for Habs Offseason.

Canadiens: Corey Perry Was To Be Named Captain
Source: awinninghabit.com

Canadiens: Corey Perry Was To Be Named Captain.


Alex DeBrincat TRADE PRICE REVEALED—Re: Pierre LeBrun, Chicago Blackhawks News & Rumours Today 2022

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We're going over Chicago Blackhawks forward Alex DeBrincat, and how the trade price for him has been revealed by Pierre LeBrun.

This video is taking place a year after the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, and during the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The 2021 NHL Draft 1st Round went as follows:

1st) Buffalo Sabres, Owen Power
2nd) Seattle Kraken, Matty Beniers
3rd) Anaheim Ducks, Mason McTavish
4th) New Jersey Devils, Luke Hughes
5th) Columbus Blue Jackets, Kent Johnson
6th) Detroit Red Wings, Simon Edvinsson
7th) San Jose Sharks, William Eklund
8th) Los Angeles Kings, Brandt Clarke
9th) Arizona Coyotes (from Vancouver Canucks), Dylan Guenther
10th) Ottawa Senators, Tyler Boucher
11th) Arizona Coyotes, FORFEITED
12th) Columbus Blue Jackets (from Chicago Blackhawks), Cole Sillinger
13th) Calgary Flames, Matthew Coronato
14th) Buffalo Sabres (from Philadelphia Flyers), Isak Rosén
15th) Detroit Red Wings (from Dallas Stars), Sebastian Cossa
16th) New York Rangers, Brennan Othmann
17th) St. Louis Blues, Zachary Bolduc
18th) Winnipeg Jets, Chaz Lucius
19th) Nashville Predators, Fedor Svechkov
20th) Minnesota Wild (from Edmonton Oilers), Jesper Wallstedt
21st) Boston Bruins, Fabian Lysell
22nd) Edmonton Oilers (from Minnesota Wild), Xavier Bourgault
23rd) Dallas Stars (from Washington Capitals via Detroit Red Wings), Wyatt Johnson
24th) Florida Panthers, Mackie Samoskevich
25th) Columbus Blue Jackets (from Toronto Maple Leafs), Corson Ceulemans
26th) Minnesota Wild (from Pittsburgh Penguins), Carson Lambos
27th) Nashville Predators (from Carolina Hurricanes), Zachary L’Heureux
28th) Colorado Avalanche, Oskar Olausson
29th) New Jersey Devils (from New York Islanders), Chase Stillman
30th) Vegas Golden Knights, Zach Dean
31st) Montreal Canadiens, Logan Mailloux
32nd) Chicago Blackhawks (from Tampa Bay Lightning via Columbus Blue Jackets), Nolan Allan

This video is also taking place after 2021 NHL Season, and after the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, where the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Montreal Canadiens in the Finals.

Alex DeBrincat was one of the top NHL prospects at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

The 2016 NHL Entry Draft saw many top NHL prospects get selected by a variety of teams. The first round of the draft went as follows:

1st - Toronto Maple Leafs, Auston Matthews
2nd - Winnipeg Jets, Patrik Laine
3rd - Columbus Blue Jackets, Pierre-Luc Dubois
4th - Edmonton Oilers, Jesse Puljujarvi
5th - Vancouver Canucks, Olli Juolevi
6th - Calgary Flames, Matthew Tkachuk
7th - Arizona Coyotes, Clayton Keller
8th - Buffalo Sabres, Alexander Nylander
9th - Montreal Canadiens, Mikhail Sergachev
10th - Colorado Avalanche, Tyson Jost
11th - Ottawa Senators (from New Jersey Devils), Logan Brown
12th - New Jersey Devils (from Ottawa Senators), Michael McLeod
13th - Carolina Hurricanes, Jake Bean
14th - Boston Bruins, Charlie McAvoy
15th - Minnesota Wild, Luke Kunin
16th - Arizona Coyotes (from Detroit Red Wings), Jakob Chychrun
17th - Nashville Predators, Dante Fabbro
18th - Winnipeg Jets (from Philadelphia Flyers), Logan Stanley
19th - New York Islanders, Kieffer Bellows
20th - Detroit Red Wings (from New York Rangers via Arizona Coyotes), Dennis Cholowski
21st - Carolina Hurricanes (from Los Angeles Kings), Julien Gauthier
22nd - Philadelphia Flyers (from Chicago Blackhawks via Winnipeg Jets), German Rubtsov
23rd - Florida Panthers, Henrik Borgstrom
24th - Anaheim Ducks, Max Jones
25th - Dallas Stars, Riley Tufte
26th - St. Louis Blues (from Washington Capitals), Tage Thompson
27th - Tampa Bay Lightning, Brett Howden
28th - Washington Capitals (from St. Louis Blues), Lucas Johansen
29th - Boston Bruins (from San Jose Sharks), Trent Frederic
30th - Anaheim Ducks (from Pittsburgh Penguins via Toronto Maple Leafs), Sam Steel

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Canadiens: Corey Perry Was To Be Named Captain

A spiritual necessity': the cultural heft of the Montreal Canadiens'  playoff run | Montreal Canadiens | The Guardian
Source: www.theguardian.com

A spiritual necessity': the cultural heft of the Montreal Canadiens' playoff run | Montreal Canadiens | The Guardian.

Habs Headlines: Samuel Montembeault eyes a return - Eyes On The Prize
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Habs Headlines: Samuel Montembeault eyes a return - Eyes On The Prize.

Morning Flurries: the Montreal Canadiens are Western Conference  Champions…kinda - Mile High Hockey
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Morning Flurries: the Montreal Canadiens are Western Conference Champions…kinda - Mile High Hockey.

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