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Daniel Audette
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Daniel Audette
Montreal Canadiens
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Montreal Canadiens

Daniel Audette has been playing in Finland this season. 

The 24-year-old was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 2014, but he hasn't played in an NHL game in his career. "The AHL season was cut short last year, so some teams started contacting me," Audette said (quotes have been translated). "I received a really nice offer from a good team this summer. The organization is incredible and I thought it was a good time for me to start my European career." He has one goal and seven points in eight games with Lukko Rauma this season. His playing days in North American might be over.  Oct 26 10:37 pm (EST)

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Kyle Dubas said on Saturday that defenseman Morgan Rielly offered to move down to the second power play last season to help get Tyson Barrie going.
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