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  1. Mesar 1g 3 shots 2nd star 4/11 Beck 1g1a 3 shots 16/20
  2. Yes, Xhekaj has been doing great, 5 points in last 2 games. After just 25pts last season, quite a jump and think is playing more centre this year (alot more faceoffs anyways)? Ontario Hockey League Stats Player Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM Beck, Owen Saginaw 48 31 36 67 +14 14 Xhekaj, Florian Brantford 56 31 25 56 +17 68 Guindon, Cédrick Owen Sound 59 23 30 53 -20 22 Mešár, Filip Kitchener 36 17 28 45 +9 12 Sobolev, Daniil Brantford 55 5 15 20 +7 57
  3. Yes, he likely wont go 2nd due to being a winger/small'ish'/Russian, but 7th seems reasonable landing spot, where Habs sit today. If offense is what we need to add, Catton stands out in the WHL (like Parekh does in the OHL). He even has 6 short-handed goals. VS high flying PG yesterday he had 1g 6shots and will end up with 100+ pts on a pretty weak team.
  4. Xhekaj 1g2a 1 shot 5/17 Beck 1g1a early 3rd period
  5. Armia/Anderson/Caufield/Evans 3 shots each. Habs have lost 4-3 & 5-3 so far to TB this year, how similar will this one be? Armia now with 4pts in last 4 games.
  6. Fill the net! OK, now just dont have another crappy 2nd period and give the young goalie a bigger lead to work with.
  7. Because he is highly skilled Russian with puck and some of that type turn out pretty darn good. Can also read any scouting report, or watch youtube bit on him and seems pretty similar description and ranking, a top 5-10 pick.
  8. With so many good looking d-prospects, some teams will bite on a couple early, so Habs might do fine at 6th or 7th pick for a forward. Maybe a Demidov, Catton or Helenius might be fine forward options.
  9. Saginaw Spirit 4 vs. Brantford Bulldogs 3 – OT NHL Draft prospect Zayne Parekh’s 29th of the season tied the score with 5:14 remaining before his 30th was the OT winner 28 seconds into the extra frame Parekh becomes just the second draft eligible defenceman in OHL history (since 1980) to score 30 goals in a season, joining John Slaney of the Cornwall Royals (1989-90) Montreal Canadiens prospect Owen Beck scored his 30th of the season in the Spirit comeback win Fellow Canadiens draftee Florian Xhekaj also scored goal #30 on the season for Brantford 2024 Midseason Draft Rankings – Picks 1-8 – HabsWorld.net Sam Dickinson (London Knights/OHL) 12GP / 4G / 20PTS / +9 Dickinson led all CHL d-men with 20 points in February and has tallied at least a point in his last 11 contests. The 2024 NHL Draft prospect had eight multi-point performances in 12 appearances while on Feb. 7 he matched his career high with three assists in a 9-2 road win over Flint. Dickinson ranks fifth in CHL scoring among blueliners with 63 points this season. CHL Team of the Month presented by CCM: February 2024 | Canadian Hockey League
  10. Mesar 0pts 3 shots Xhekaj 1g1a 2nd star 15/22 vs Beck 1g 4 shots 6/17 Guindon 1a 2 shots 7/17 late 3rd
  11. Montreal Canadiens Organizational Players of February (habseyesontheprize.com) NHL Player AHL Player EU Prospect NA Prospect PWHL Player February Nick Suzuki Jakub Dobeš Oliver Kapanen Owen Beck Claire Dalton January Sean Monahan Logan Mailloux Filip Eriksson Lane Hutson Marie-Philip Poullin December Juraj Slafkovský Jakub Dobeš Filip Eriksson Jacob Fowler November Alex Newhook Brandon Gignac Adam Engström Jacob Fowler October Cole Caufield Joshua Roy Oliver Kapanen Cedrick Guindon
  12. Kinda assume upcoming UFAs Armia-Savard-Dvorak-Allen-Evans be much more tradable next deadline. Armia has looked pretty good since return from AHL and maybe some GM might like him?
  13. An upgrade on Suzuki, but Habs have other holes in roster, why make a move like that now? A centre for a centre, still leaves Habs without a legit #2 centre but, if could add Pettersson for a winger (Caufield) and young d (Guhle) &/or picks would be more appetizing.
  14. Come on Leafs, empty the tank! You got picks left.
  15. Dont imagine any GM will be that desperate for Savard and staying 1 more year wont hurt any, he can provide bit of experience for Mailloux-Reinbacher to learn from.
  16. 15 shots for the 1st line, i like that. Slafkovski with 1 timely goal, 6 shots 3 hits and continues to do good stuff. As does this fella, now tied for 30th in scoring & playing 21:13/game which is 4th in NHL for centres. Canadiens’ Nick Suzuki goes toe-to-toe with Panthers’ Aleksander Barkov - The Athletic Suzuki and Barkov were matched up all night, and their numbers looked very similar. Suzuki vs. Barkov PLAYER G A PTS TOI PP TOI PK TOI FO % Suzuki 1 2 3 22:16 5:00 2:46 40% Barkov 1 2 3 22:58 7:06 3:40 58%
  17. Reinbacher 0pts 19:42 Engstrom 0pts 18:00 Rohrer 0pts 13:49
  18. Nice end to the period! Suzuki up to 58pts in 59 2/3 games, go Suzy! 5 shots for Suzuki, 4 for Slafkovski
  19. Guhle got beat on 1st goal against, oh well chaulk it up to experience.
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