from Tim Wharnsby of CBC,
There still will be plenty of moves to come before training camps open on Sept. 12. But for now, let's take a look the seven-team Canadian contingent and the moves they have made in the past month.
Last season: Finished an impressive fourth overall at 29-14-5, but went out in the first round of the playoffs in a five-game series against Ottawa.
In with the new: RW Daniel Briere, RW George Parros, LW Nick Tarnasky.
Out with the old: D Tomas Kaberle, D Yannick Weber, RW Colby Armstrong, RW Michael Ryder.
The skinny: It didn't end will for the Canadiens with their first-round playoff exit. But this team has plenty of depth on the blue-line and the roster improved up front with the addition of Briere's offence. The biggest off-season acquisition for GM Marc Bergevin, though, was goaltender coach Jimmy Waite from the Chicago Blackhawks. If the 44-year-old Waite can improve Carey Price's game, the Habs w...