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Montreal Canadiens news and updates There are three players with potential for improvement who could bolster the Canadiens’ offensive lineup. [RDS]

Jordan Harris and Nick Suzuki are determined to end the string of losing seasons for the Canadiens. [La Presse]

Johnny Kovacevic asserts that David Savard is possibly the NHL’s premier shot-blocker, highlighting his value as a trade asset for Montreal. [Sportsnet]

Rafaël Harvey-Pinard has resumed skating, and Jayden Struble is back in action. [RDS]

The Canadiens’ forechecking strategy emphasizes pressuring opponents rather than controlling space, a style that suits smaller players like Caufield now that he has embraced his role.

[The Athletic] Sean Farrell is eager to contribute to the AHL push as the playoffs draw near. [RDS]

A look back at the 2007 Craig Rivet trade and its ongoing impact on the current Canadiens roster. [La Presse]

Claire Dalton’s hat-trick against Ottawa earned her the PWHL player of the week award. [PWHL.com] Around the league and beyond The Calgary Flames have the upper hand leading up to the trade deadline and may wait until the last minute to secure the best deals. [Sportsnet]

Kirill Kaprizov’s impressive performance earned him recognition as one of the NHL’s three stars of the week. [NHL.com]

Is Anthony Mantha a good fit for the Edmonton Oilers? [Sportsnet]

Valeri Nichushkin has been cleared to return to practice after participating in the player assistance program. [Sportsnet]

Logan Couture has no intention of leaving the San Jose Sharks at the trade deadline. [NHL.com] Marc-Andre Fleury is determined to remain in Minnesota.

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