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Juulsen consulting with a specialist for headaches.

The Canadiens announced that Juulsen is not dealing with a concussion, but did have a facial fracture after being hit in the face by the puck last November. Juulsen’s status for the start of the regular season is unclear, but these headaches could open up a spot for Cale Fleury to start the year with Montreal.

Source: John Lu 09/23/19, 2:20 pm EST

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Poehling is out indefinitely with a concussion.

Poehling took a big hit from Dryden Hunt during last Wednesday’s preseason game and is out indefinitely with a concussion. This is a tough break for Poehling, who was likely to open the season on the Canadiens roster. However, it does open up the possibility for Montreal to take a look at Ryan Suzuki early in the season.

Source: Stu Cowan 09/23/19, 2:09 pm EST

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The Canadiens have signed Michael Mccarron to a one-year, two-way contract.

McCarron was a first-round pick (No.25 overall) in 2013 but has yet to make an impact at the NHL level. The 24-year-old had 21 points (7G / 14A) in 32 games with Laval (AHL) last year, but had just one assist in 18 NHL games. In total, McCarron has just eight points (2G / 6A) and 110 PIMS in 69 career games with Montreal.

Source: Montreal Canadiens 07/28/19, 9:35 am EST

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The Canadiens have re-signed Charles Hudon to a one-year extension worth $800K.

Hudon spent the entire 2019 season with the Canadiens but appeared in just 32 games and picked up just five points (3G / 2A). It was a disappointing year for Hudon, who had 30 points in 2018. With Ryan Poehling and Nick Suzuki pushing for the NHL, Hudon will likely be an extra forward to start 2020.

Source: Montreal Canadiens 07/19/19, 5:13 pm EST

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The Canadiens signed Brett Kulak to a three-year extension worth $5.55 million ($1.85M AAV).

In his first season with Montreal, Kulak split his season between the AHL and NHL. The 25-year-old had 11 points (3G / 8A) in 19 games with Laval before adding 17 points (6G / 11A) in 57 games with Montreal. Kulak figures to be a part of the Habs blueline plans to start the 2019-20 season.

Source: Montreal Canadiens 05/27/19, 10:20 am EST

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