Bergevin Addressed The Habs’ Second Biggest Need. Does He See The Elephant In the Room?

If there’s one word in Habs’ world that gets everyone hopping, it’s the world WIN. But if there was a word that draws more immediate interest, it would have to be the word TRADE attached to the Canadiens. Whether you add “rumour” or “done deal” to it, fans cannot get enough of trade talks when it comes to their favourite team. And luckily for them, they have one of the most active and, truthfully, best GMs in the business. At least when it comes to the number of trades, and his success rate, that is. Oh he makes mistakes. Show me a GM that doesn’t and I’ll show you a liar. With trade deadline fast approaching on April 12th, Habs’ fans will be glued to their screen in hope to see Marc Bergevin work more of his magic.

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Habs’ Unscheduled Week Off – Your Move Now, Marc

The NHL has announced that the activities of the Montreal Canadiens would not resume until late March after two players (Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Joel Armia) were place under the league’s COVID protocol. Pending test results in the coming days, it is expected that the Canadiens will be able to re-open their facilities for practice on Monday, March 29. The decision was made by the League’s, NHLPA’s and Club’s medical groups. No other Canadiens’ player or staff was was added to the list today, but they decided to rather play it safe than sorry. This announcement means the cancellation – or postponement – of a total of four games so far: three against the Edmonton Oilers and the first of a four-game series against the Ottawa Senators.

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