For the second summer in a row, the Montreal Canadiens dominated offseason headlines thanks to the moves they made.



#BREAKING: The #MontrealCanadiens have signed #CareyPrice to an eight-year, $84 million extension.

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The most notable move aside from extending Carey Price was trading Mikhail Sergachev to the Lightning for Jonathan Drouin.


Drouin was the third overall pick back in 2013 and is just 22-years-old.

He was also born in Quebec and played for the Halifax Mooseheads of the QMJHL before being drafted.

It's not a stretch to say he's a well-known player in Montreal and that fans are excited he's playing for the Habs.  

Drouin recently took a trip to Old Montreal and went undercover as a HabsTV reporter to ask fans about their expectations for the season and himself, of course.


As we said before, he's a pretty popular guy in the province of Quebec, so it's no surprise most of the people he interviewed recognized him.

It's also no surprise fans have high expectations for him and the Habs this season after yet another disappointing campaign last season.


(H/T: Montreal Canadiens)