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Here are your daily links, including remembering Dickie Moore, Team Canada's final roster, Canadiens prospect news, a new duel, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens links:

  • Why we have yet to see the best of Canadiens forward, Max Pacioretty. [SN]
  • Red Fisher remembers his longtime friend and Canadiens legend, Dickie Moore, who passed away on Saturday at age 84. [HIO]
  • Dave Stubbs wrote a nice appreciation post of Dickie Moore and shared some cool memories. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Jeff Petry had a small cut under his eye on Saturday night, but was fine and practicing with the team on Sunday. [TVA]
  • The official Team Canada roster has been release for the World Juniors, and Canadiens prospect, Noah Juulsen, surprisingly didn't make the team. [Hockey Canada]
  • Max Pacioretty was clearly frustrated after the Canadiens loss to the Dallas Stars on Saturday night. He even dropped an "f-bomb" in a post-game interview. [CTVM]
  • Jeff Petry and Devante Smith-Pelly battle it out in a new Canadiens Duel:

Around the NHL and elsewhere:

  • Steven Stamkos makes it clear that he wants to stay in Tampa Bay. [TBT]
  • Jaromir Jagr passed Marcel Dionne for fourth in all-time NHL goals, with 732. He's only nine away from tying Brett Hull for third:
  • [Part 3 of 5] Selling a dream: raising a hockey star and the price tag that follows it. [NP]
  • [Part 4 of 5] The toll year-round hockey takes on young athletes is pretty serious. [NP]
  • [Part 5 of 5] Hockey in Canada has become terrifyingly expensive and dangerously elitist. [NP]
  • Women's hockey is growing bigger, faster and dire. [NYT]
  • Auston Matthews is taking an unconventional way to a career in the NHL, but it seems to be working out for him. [Boston Globe]
  • There's something wrong with the New York Rangers, Olivier Bouchard takes a look at what's wrong, from an advanced stats point-of-view. [LNH]
  • Athletic academies across Canada are trying to balance hockey and homework. [NP]
  • Who is the new Eddie Lack? [The Province]