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Thursday Habs Links: Looking Beyond The Sekac Trade

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Here are your daily links covering the Canadiens, including the implications of the Sekac trade, Tim Bozon's amazing recovery and trades galore.

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  • Listen to our own Andrew Berkshire discuss the optics of the Sekac for Smith-Pelley trade, as he draws comparisons to the Diaz for Weise trade. [The Lowdown With Lowetide]
  • During his short tenure as a Montreal Canadien, Jiri Sekac did not play a single game with the best forwards that the team had to offer. Despite this fact, Sekac harbors no ill will towards the team. [TSN]
  • The Sekac for Smith-Pelley trade shouldn't be judged in the short-term. With both players being young as they are, their best years are still ahead of them and may benefit both teams in the future. [NHL]
  • Hamilton Bulldogs head coach Sylvain Lefebvre had some interesting things to say about his former Bulldogs, Nathan Beaulieu, Greg Pateryn and Jarred Tinordi. [Sportsnet]
  • Defenseman Dalton Thrower has been re-assigned to the Hamilton Bulldogs, from the ECHL's Brampton Beast. [Hamilton Bulldogs]
  • Speaking of the Hamilton Bulldogs, check out the latest Bulldogs Report! Davis Drewiske is holding the fort for the Bulldogs, as defensemen continue to get called up to the Canadiens. [EOTP]
  • One year after being placed in a medically induced coma, Habs prospect Tim Bozon has gained a new perspective on life and is setting his sights on making it to the AHL. [Leader Post]
  • Tim Bozon has also reached to a young fan who is currently battling meningitis. [CBC]
  • Can you guess which Montreal Canadien is the brother-in-law of Steve Nash? [YouTube]
  • Listen to the brand new Ice Level podcast, right here! [EOTP]

Around The League and Elsewhere

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