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Friday Habs Links: Jarred Tinordi played through an injury and made it worse

Here are your daily links, including Jarred Tinordi's wrist injury, Canadiens prospects in the CHL playoffs, another Carey Price cameo in a fan selfie, and more.

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Feb 21, 2015; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Jarred Tinordi (24) returns to the game wearing a face shield during the second period against the Columbus Blue Jackets at the Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Spo
Feb 21, 2015; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Jarred Tinordi (24) returns to the game wearing a face shield during the second period against the Columbus Blue Jackets at the Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Spo
Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Montreal Canadiens

  • Jarred Tinordi played during his last call-up in February despite nursing a sprained wrist. As of March 15, the increased strain led Tinordi to be placed Bulldog's injured list. He will be out for at least two more weeks. [La Presse]

  • The Canadiens have seven prospects playing in the CHL playoffs this year. Check out how young players like Michael McCarron, Zach Fucale, and Nikita Scherbak look heading into their postseason.[Journal de Montreal]

  • Last night Dale Weise played his first game as a Canadien in his hometown of Winnipeg. [Canadiens]

  • The sign that inspired the selfie:

  • Where does it end?

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The National Women's Hockey League just announced its launch! It will be an US equivalent to the CWHL. The formal launch event will be held in April, and they intend to hold a draft after June. It'll be interesting to see how it interacts with CWHL, and whether the two leagues can work together to grow and stabilize women's hockey.  [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

  • Players will get paid in the NWHL: $270,000 per team and $15,000 per player. Not much, but better than nothing to begin with. More financial details here. [Puck Daddy]

  • Former NHL players are accusing the league of denying access to commissioner Gary Bettman for testimony in the concussion case. The lawsuit was filed last year through a combination of 200 players' cases, and could cover up to 5,000 living ex-players. [Globe and Mail]

  • Eric Macramalla explains the lawsuit and how it involves Gary Bettman on TSN 690. [TSN 690]

  • NHL Gamecentre Live is terrible - "for masochists only". [Winging it in Motown]