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Sunday Habs Links: Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal simultaneously honour fallen soldiers

Here are your daily links, including a full recap of the Habs and Rangers game from last night, a look at the Tim Horton's Coaching Day at the Bell Centre, the Habs hot start and what expectations that fans should have going forward, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • Chris Kreider was absolutely invisible last night, except when he tried to castrate Andrei Markov. [EOTP]
  • Coach Michel Therrien and coach Alain Vigneault were at the Bell Centre on Saturday and welcomed over 700 minor league and youth coaches across North America to attend the Tim Horton's Coaching Day. [Canadiens]
  • Click here for all of the highlights and analysis of last night's game between the Habs and the New York Rangers. [EOTP]
  • If you missed the tribute that simultaneously took place in Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto, watch it all right here. [NHL]
  • The Habs are off to their best start since in 50 years. We are all very excited with the record, best in the NHL, but are we getting ahead of ourselves? [Montreal Gazette]
  • As discussed above, the Montreal Canadiens have a lot to prove going forward. Just ask Max Pacioretty. [La Presse] (French)

Around the League

  • James Neal was one of the most prolific scorers in the game while playing with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Evgeni Malkin's line. Not many people thought he would be the same player after his move to Music City, but he certainly doesn't seem to be slowing down any with the Preds. [NHL]
  • Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) is still looking to replace Tim Leiweke as CEO of the organization and are starting to narrow down their options. [TSN]
  • Everybody knows about Connor McDavid, the 2015 draft is already being heralded as the "Connor McDavid Sweepstakes" and the Buffalo Sabres have been drawing a lot of attention, wrong or not, because they might possibly be "tanking" to get him. Well, the team that gets the second pick won't be too disappointed either I bet. Meet Jack Eichel. [SB Nation]
  • Well the Buffalo Sabres, arguably the worst team in the league, somehow beat one of the best teams in the league, the San Jose Sharks, on Saturday. This marks the 7th game in a row that the Sabres have beaten the Sharks too. Some teams just have some others' number I guess. [Die By The Blade]