NHL.com "The LA Kings have signed unrestricted free agent forward Phillip Danault to a six-year contract with an average annual value (AAV) of $5,500,000 according to Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake. Danault, 28, helped lead the Montreal Canadiens to the Stanley Cup..." July 28
Habs Eyes On The Prize
"Montreal Canadiens forward Phillip Danault will test free agency, according to his agent Don Meehan.
The news was first reported by La Presse’s Richard Labbé and since confirmed by TSN and The Athletic’s Pierre Lebrun.
The Score "There are a number of big-name free agents set to hit the open market on July 28. Many of them held off signing extensions due to the looming Seattle Kraken expansion draft last week, but the attention has shifted with that out of the way now. It's fair to say that Alex..." July 26
Pro Hockey Talk "There is a strong possibility that the Canadiens are going to look very different next season. Shea Weber‘s future is in doubt, Carey Price could end up in Seattle after Wednesday’s Kraken expansion draft, and two-thirds of their best regular season line..." July 21
The Score "Phillip Danault appears to be on the verge of leaving the Montreal Canadiens. It's highly unlikely the pending unrestricted free agent returns to the team, reports Sportsnet's Eric Engels. " July 20
TSN "TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reported Thursday that the Canadiens are expected to let centre Phillip Danault to hit the open market on July 28, though the door has not been closed on him re-signing in Montreal after that date. Danault, 28, spent this season playing out the..." July 16
Pro Hockey Rumors "The Montreal Canadiens’ unexpected Stanley Cup Final run means that now, all eyes are turned on how the team and general manager Marc Bergevin will alter the roster this offseason. Montreal struggled with the $81.5MM salary cap already, making a flurry of reassignments and..." July 10
TSN "The Montreal Canadiens are set to host fans at a Canadian NHL game for the first since March 2020 in Game 6 after extending their first-round series against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday. The Canadiens picked up a 4-3 overtime win in Game 5 thanks to Nick..." May 28
Sportsnet "Carey Price, Brendan Gallagher, Shea Weber and Phillip Danault will not return for the final two games of the Montreal Canadiens' regular season, head coach Dominique Ducharme announced Monday. Ducharme is confident that all injured players will..." May 10
Pro Hockey Rumors "As Montreal looks to secure a playoff spot in the North Division, they’re doing so without several of their more prominent veterans who are out of the lineup with various injuries. The team announced updates on the majority of those players and it appears as if most of..." May 08