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  1. What a difference a year makes for the Habs... (bold indicates still here from last October) 2016-17 Opening Night Roster Current 2017-18 Depth Chart Larkin - Galchenyuk - Nash Domi - Galchenyuk - Eberle Domi - Soderberg - Johansson Patrick - Eakin - Neal Roussel - Eller - Comeau Roussel - Soderberg - Connolly Upshall - Gagner - Setoguchi Nieto - Lowry - Dano Wagner - Slepyshev Comeau Burns - E. Johnson Burns - Dotchin Demers - Greene Theodore - E. Johnson Coburn - Redmond Coburn - Hickey Santini Santini - Stoner/DeAngelo Lundqvist Lundqvist Griess Neuvirth
  2. Looks like my signings and moves are up to date. A few switches though, if you don't mind: *Patrick to 2LW, bumping down the other LW's a spot. *Spacek isn't a goalie. He should be 1RW in the minors with Imama 2LW Think that's it.
  3. To whoever has access to the spreadsheets, could you please remove the retained salary for Rick Nash? It expired after this past season. Thanks
  4. Updated Organizational Depth Chart Montreal Canadiens Max Domi - Alex Galchenyuk - Jordan Eberle Nolan Patrick - Cody Eakin - James Neal Antoine Roussel - Carl Soderberg - Brett Connolly Blake Comeau - Adam Lowry - Marko Dano Matt Nieto Brent Burns - Jake Dotchin Shea Theodore - Erik Johnson Braydon Coburn - Thomas Hickey Clayton Stoner - Steve Santini Henrik Lundqvist Michal Neuvirth North Dakota Fighting Hawks Maxim Mamin - Aleksi Saarela - Michael Spacek Samuel Blais - Adam Tambellini - Boko Imama Joe Labate (qualified RFA) - Radel Fazleev - MIchael Carcone Dylan Sadowy Sebastian Aho - Anthony DeAngelo Mitch Vande Sompel - Noah Juulsen Guillaume Brisebois - Zach Redmond Keaton Thompson - Dylan Blujus (qualifed RFA) Ville Husso Richard Bachman Unsigned Prospects: German Rubtsov, Nathan Bastian, Artyom Minulin
  5. The Habs are thrilled to have this trade announced! We cannot wait to see James in our top-6 this fall to bolster our attack. A full organizational update and depth chart will follow in the next day or so.
  6. SIGNING: The New Jersey Devils have signed forward Emil Pettersson to a three year deal. Emil Pettersson: 3 year, $3.75 million dollar contract ( $1,250,000.00 per season ).
  7. RUMOUR: With Montreal having finished their free agency shopping earlier this week, but with a bunch of cap-space still to play with, could the Habs have taken on the contract of another top-6 winger via the trade market?
  8. Current Organizational Depth Chart Montreal Canadiens Max Domi - Alex Galchenyuk - Jordan Eberle Antoine Roussel - Cody Eakin - Nolan Patrick (unsigned) Blake Comeau - Carl Soderberg - Brett Connolly Anton Slepyshev - Adam Lowry - Marko Dano Matt Nieto Brent Burns - Jake Dotchin Shea Theodore - Erik Johnson Braydon Coburn - Thomas Hickey Clayton Stoner - Steve Santini Henrik Lundqvist Michal Neuvirth North Dakota Fighting Hawks Maxim Mamin - Aleksi Saarela - Michael Spacek (unsigned) Samuel Blais - Adam Tambellini - Boko Imama (unsigned) Joe Labate (qualified RFA) - Radel Fazleev - MIchael Carcone Dylan Sadowy Sebastian Aho - Anthony DeAngelo Mitch Vande Sompel - Noah Juulsen Guillaume Brisebois - Zach Redmond Keaton Thompson - Dylan Blujus (qualifed RFA) Ville Husso Richard Bachman Unsigned Prospects: German Rubtsov, Nathan Bastian, Artyom Minulin
  9. Another signing that we are thrilled about! The last "iron in the fire" we had going in free agency, we're very pleased to bring "Swedish" Sebastian Aho into our organization. After putting up better and better numbers in the SHL the past few years, the 21-year-old may have flown under the radar due to sharing his name with "Finnish" Sebastian Aho but not with us. Either way, we're excited to see what he can do in North America and can't wait to see how he looks at camp this fall.
  10. The Habs release the following players, who are both scheduled to play overseas in the KHL this coming season: Lucas Lessio (signed with Dinamo Riga) - (link #2 if needed) Bogdan Yakimov (loaned to Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik) - (link #2 if needed)
  11. We are thrilled to sign Michal to a two-year deal! After having lost out on some more traditional back-up options in free agency, we figured we'd send Michal an offer to see if he'd be interested in joining our crease alongside Henrik Lundqvist. We couldn't be happier that he agreed to come to Montreal, but we want to let him and everyone know that we'll keep a close eye on how the splits go throughout the year. It's a reason why we didn't bring back Thomas Greiss, as we felt that he earned a look elsewhere as a #1 after starting 49 games last year. Hank is now 35-years-old, and we plan to limit his starts throughout the year in an attempt to keep him fresh for the playoff push and to limit his chances at injury. As such, we really do feel that this should be a 1A-1B type role, and Neuvirth is an incredible 1B option in our opinion. Last year, Hank started 55 games and Neuvirth started 24, which is a split that we feel could look similar this season. We are aware that injuries played a part in those numbers, but that's why we're going to monitor the situation closely. But it's not like either goalie took a discount to play here, as the cap-hit between both goalies will be $11.5 million. This is a luxury we can afford thanks to so many young players on cheaper deals and ELC's taking spots in the lineup. We are thrilled to sit here today with a Lundqvist-Neuvirth tandem heading into camp this fall. This pretty much ends our foray into free agency, as the organization is looking pretty full and with some qualified RFA's and unsigned prospects still to deal with, though we do have one more iron in a fire...
  12. Thank you good sir. As said in our press release, Jake is a guy who's name we had circled for many months ahead of free agency, and with our available cap-space we did what we needed to do to get him. We're pretty excited to have Dotchin, Theodore, Santini and DeAngelo as young options on our blue-line going forward.
  13. Current Organizational Depth Chart Montreal Canadiens Max Domi - Alex Galchenyuk - Jordan Eberle Antoine Roussel - Cody Eakin - Nolan Patrick (unsigned) Blake Comeau - Carl Soderberg - Brett Connolly Anton Slepyshev - Adam Lowry - Marko Dano Matt Nieto Brent Burns - Jake Dotchin Shea Theodore - Erik Johnson Braydon Coburn - Thomas Hickey Clayton Stoner - Steve Santini Henrik Lundqvist ??? North Dakota Fighting Hawks Maxim Mamin - Aleksi Saarela - Michael Spacek (unsigned) Samuel Blais - Adam Tambellini - Boko Imama (unsigned) Dylan Sadowy - Radel Fazleev - MIchael Carcone Lucas Lessio - Bogdan Yakimov - ??? Guillaume Brisebois - Anthony DeAngelo Mitch Vande Sompel - Noah Juulsen Keaton Thompson - Zach Redmond Ville Husso Richard Bachman Unsigned Prospects: German Rubtsov, Nathan Bastian, Artyom Minulin
  14. The Habs are very excited to have Jake and Maxim sign on the dotted line with us here in Montreal. Jake has been a major target of ours in free agency for months after his breakout season last year where he played an integral role in the AHL and looked very good in the NHL during his call-up. We knew that we'd have some competition to secure the 23-year-old's services, and that his AAV may seem high relative to his actual contract, but we fully expect him to be very valuable in the CDCGML over the next four years thanks to his mix of offensive capabilities and toughness. If things go according to plan, expect Dotchin to line up in our top-4 alongside one of Brent Burns or Erik Johnson this season. Maxim is a player that we were surprised to see available in free agency, and we jumped at the chance to sign the 22-year-old. We expect him to be a top-6 forward in North Dakota this year, but he'll have a chance to compete for a depth spot in Montreal at camp this fall. Regardless, adding more potential NHL depth in the organization was a goal of ours this summer, and we believe that Maxim provides that. Next up is the backup goalie position, and though the Habs have missed out on a few options early there are still some irons in the fire in that regard.
  15. The Habs are thrilled to have had Jordan choose to join us here in Montreal. In the midst of a quick re-tool after selling off some veterans at the deadline last season, the Habs had a spot in their top-6 open and plenty of cap-space available to bring in a scoring winger to play on the top-line alongside Alex Galchenyuk and Max Domi. Jordan was a premier option available in free agency, and we felt that we had both the resources and the opportunity to convince him to join our team who we believe are still very close in the difficult Eastern Conference. Are the Habs done in free agency? With plenty more cap space available, all signs point to no...