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Sunday Habs Links: Dale Weise explains the bright side to the struggling offense

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Here are your daily links, including a frustrated Carey Price, Michel Therrien on Lars Eller's lack of ice time, Dale Weise saying what we're all thinking, and more.

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Apr 24, 2015; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Tom Gilbert (not pictured) scores a goal against Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson (41) and right wing Dale Weise (22) during the third period in game five of the first round of t
Apr 24, 2015; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Tom Gilbert (not pictured) scores a goal against Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson (41) and right wing Dale Weise (22) during the third period in game five of the first round of t
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Montreal Canadiens news and notes
  • Pressure shifting to the Canadiens after two losses: we need to do better for the sake of Carey Price's sanity. [NHL]

As Subban continued speaking, goaltender Carey Price was talking to the media in another corner of the Canadiens dressing room.

Shortly after Price finished speaking, he retreated to the back area of the room. Just then, someone screamed an expletive so loudly it made Subban flinch as he was listening to a question and look over to see what was happening.

  • Craig Anderson seems unbeatable right now, but the team insists they've turned the page on Friday. As David Desharnais pointed out, they made 46 shots on net last game. [La Presse] (French)

  • Michel Therrien's opinion on Lars Eller:

  • One explanation for why the Sens are pressing in on the Habs - our struggling powerplay (and our offense in general). [TSN 690]

  • Dale Weise tried to find a silver lining to Montreal's scoring woes.

Around the League and Elsewhere

It goes with calling Sidney Crosby, "Cindy" Crosby or the Sedin twins the "Sedin Sisters. " These are insults used against star players who sell tickets for the league and Bettman has no issue with it because it has not affected the bottom line for the NHL.

  • When the game is over, the enforcer’s suffering has only just begun - 1995 Cup winner Mike Peluso writes about why he joined the concussion lawsuit against the league. [Globe and Mail]

  • How can we grow hockey in the United States? By encouraging NCAA teams, especially in non-traditional places like Arizona. [Five for Howling]