With the season 75% done, the Canadiens have 3 players in the hunt for a prestigious end of the season award.  Dustin Byfuglien is one of the top Norris candidates, Carl Hagelin is one of the leading  Calder candidates and Mike Smith is one of the leading Vezina candidates.  All of these are based on the Xtra stats page, and could change based on human voting.
Byfuglien is 3rd in goals, 2nd in assists, 2nd in PIMS, and top 10 in PPG and SOG.  After a breakout year last year, Byfuglien has picked up where he left off and has had even a better year this year.  He plays in all situations, and has become one of the leaders on the Canadiens.  Just need to keep him off of the buffet line on off days.
Hagelin is having a great rookie season, and is only being outdone right now by Andrew Shaw with Justin Faulk making a push to catch them as well.  Hagelin is 2nd in goals and 3rd in points for NEFHL rookies, and has fit in nicely on the 2nd line this year.
Smith has an outside shot at his award, but it would take a stellar last month of the season to get there.  With Kipper being dealt a few weeks ago, there is no dispute who the top goalie is in Montreal right now.  Smith is 2nd in wins in the NEFHL, and 1st is goalie assists.  While the assists is not a huge deal for a goalie, it does show how well he handles the puck.  After a bad stretch in the middle of the season, Smith is close to being back in the top 10 in GAA and Save %.
And the last trophy out there is the one that matters most.  If the players mentioned above keep up their solid play, the Canadiens could be a team to watch come playoff time.