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Thursday Habs Links: A round of injury updates

Some injury updates,a trip to Slovakia, and things get a little crazy in the OHL in your open thread for Thursday.

Jared Wickerham

Montreal Canadiens News

In honour of Max Pacioretty scoring his 100th career goal against Buffalo The Hockey Writers count down Pacioretty's top 5 goals.

TSN 690 had another installation of "2 minutes with", this time with captain Brian Gionta.

Dale Weise will be out 2-3 weeks with a wrist injury and will miss the Habs upcoming road trip along with Travis Moen (possible concussion) and Brandon Prust (upper body injury).

The Hamilton Bulldogs announced that college free agent Nick Sorkin has signed a PTO contract.

2009 3rd round pick Mac Bennett signed a 2 year deal and will possibly report to the Bulldogs.

In the latest 24CH Flash the cameras are rolling as the show visits Peter Budaj's hometown in Slovakia.

Milan Lucic recently had a book published entitled "Not Cool to Bully in School" which is ironic given his recent actions and quotes about Alexei Emelin and his clean hip check.

Brian Wilde and Tony Marinaro looked at issues with the "code" following the Habs win over Boston.

Around the NHL

Pensburgh took a hard look at Dan Bylsma and his recent trend of confusing coaching decisions.

Deadspin produced yet another fantastic post, this time on Roberto Luongo and how he saved Vancouver.

The ever eloquent Don Cherry went on another Twitter rant, this time against American college hockey players.

The folks over at Winging it in Motown examine when Stephen Weiss should return to the lineup or whether he should be shut down for the season.

Also out of Detroit is the news that captain Henrik Zetterberg is likely out until deep in the playoffs... That is if Detroit makes the playoffs at all.

An OHL playoff game between the Windsor Spitfires and the London Knights created two separate controversies last night. First Knights goalie Anthony Stolarz slashed Windsor forward Josh Ho-Sang in the head with his stick and has now been suspended for 8 games

Then back up Windsor goalie Dalen Kuchemy pulled himself from the game and left the arena after being left in to give up 8 goals.