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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Canadiens want to make their fathers proud

Here are your daily links covering the Canadiens and the league, including the team's father-son trip, surviving without Price, and Lombardi's laments.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Members of the Montreal Canadiens shared their favourite hockey related memories involving their fathers, ahead of the team's bi-annual father-son trip. [Sportsnet]
  • P.K. Subban, for one, seems quite excited about the trip! [InstagramInstagram]
  • Greg Pateryn's recall on Sunday allows him and his father join the others, as well:
  • The Canadiens have taken back the number one ranking on TSN's power rankings, buoyed by Mike Condon's impressive Carey Price impression in net. [TSN]
  • Having to go without their numer-one-goaltender isn't a problem for the Canadiens, as Dale Weise once again reiterated that the team is more than just Carey Price. [TSN 690]
  • Soon, you can collect your very own miniature Montreal Canadiens! [Montreal Gazette]
  • Just how did Montreal's power play go from being an abject disaster to being third-best in the league? [EOTP]
  • Check out this amazing Canadiens as Avengers edit, from Tumblr user jonnytoestakethewheel:

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • Dean Lombardi did not pull any punches when he blasted Team USA's leadership core for the team's poor showing in Sochi. [SB Nation]
  • With the World Cup fast approaching, take a look at some of the challenges general managers are facing when building their respective teams. [Sportsnet]
  • The Dave Cameron-coached Ottawa Senators are slowly turning into the Paul MacLean-coached Ottawa Senators. [TSN]
  • Sometimes, picking in the second-overall position at the NHL Entry Draft isn't necessarily a good thing. [ESPN]
  • Canadian women's hockey is awesome. Nothing more needs to be said. [Buzzfeed]
  • Is there a case to made for the rather underwhelming 2016 Hockey Hall of Fame nominees? [ESPN]
  • Check out Steve Dangle's interviews with some NHL legends who participated in the Hockey Hall of Fame Legends game. [Sportsnet]
  • Hungarian hockey club DVTK Polar Bears hope to join Slovakia's professional league. [The Slovak Spectator]
  • Are the results of shootouts determined by luck? Not quite, according to this analysis of shootout results in the Czech Extraliga. []
  • Jose Bautista shared his thoughts on his infamous bat flip, and they extend to all levels and disciplines of sport. [The Players' Tribune]

    "I flipped my bat. I’m human. The emotion got to me. It’s in my DNA. If you think that makes me a jerk, that’s fine. But let’s call it what it is. Let’s not have these loaded conversations about "character" and the integrity of the game every time certain players show emotion in a big moment. That kind of thinking is not just old school. It’s just ignorant.

    And it is slowly becoming extinct."