Friday Habs Links: TSN extends their big guns

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Your news, notes, links and open thread for the day.

Montreal Canadiens links:

- Claude Julien chimed in on the Pacioretty/Boychuk incident. He agreed with the 2 minute penalty on the play. As did Gregory Campbell. Upon last check Boychuk did travel with the Bruins after the game, which is a relief since his injury appeared to be quite serious at the time.

- Kerry Fraser opined on the final minutes of the Devils/Habs game. He thought the tying goal shouldn't have counted. Read his take here.

- Did you miss last night's game? Laura has you covered.

- Lars Eller leads the Habs in hits. This is why.

- Darren Dreger was on the air discussing P.K. Subban's upcoming contract.

- We lost a great man yesterday, and the Habs, classy as ever, observed a moment of silence for Mandela's passing.

Other news and links from around the league:

- A look at what Henrik Lundqvist's deal means for now and the future. [via SB NHL]

- Patrik Berglund isn't the smoothest character around. [via SB NHL]

- James Duthie, Darren Dreger and Bob McKenzie signed extensions to stay with TSN. That should kill all the rumours of any of them jumping ship to Sportsnet.

- If you love Canada you will buy this t-shirt. [via PPP]

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