Early Winners and Losers of the Montreal Canadiens' Offseason

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Early Winners and Losers of the Montreal Canadiens' Offseason
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Montreal Canadien Brendan Gallagher celebrates a goal against the Ottawa Senators.

The 2013 offseason has had its fair share of ups and downs as far as the Montreal Canadiens are concerned.

For example, general manager Marc Bergevin had the chance to sign hometown hero Vincent Lecavalier to the delight of many. He instead got to sign Daniel Briere to the delight of, well, an $8 million-richer Daniel Briere.

Nevertheless, the Habs have been able to address most if not all needs they might have had this summer, with the acquisitions of Briere and enforcer George Parros inevitably set to form ripples up and down the team’s roster.

Here are the early winners and losers of the Habs’ offseason as result of those and the team’s other moves.

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