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Tuesday Habs Links: Geoff Molson satisfied with 2014-15 season

Here are your daily links surrounding the Habs and the rest of the hockey world, including Michael McCarron's development taking a very positive turn, and Geoff Molson's satisfaction with the 2014-15 campaign.

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • 2013 first round draft pick Michael McCarron continues to impress with his solid play at the Memorial Cup. Questions surrounded McCarron after a difficult season last year, but as our very own Marc Dumont writes, his development has taken a very positive turn. [EOTP]
  • The guys over at Habs Breakfast break down the play of the Canadiens prospects playing at the Memorial Cup, including Zach Fucale and the aforementioned McCarron. [Montreal 690]
  • Speaking of prospects, Matthew Macaskill believes the Habs should potentially target Brock Boeser with the 26th pick in the 2015 draft. Boeser is heading to the University of North Dakota next season, but he's described as an offensive winger and a natural goal scorer; something the Canadiens desperately need. [EOTP]
  • After struggling with the last place Buffalo Sabres, Torrey Mitchell's was stoked after being traded to his hometown of Montreal.The feeling was mututal, as Mitchell's play was solid; especially in the playoffs. Marc Bergevin should definitely look to lock him up as the fourth line centre. [Canadiens]
  • Owner and President Geoff Molson was satisfied with the teams 2014-15 campaign. [RDS]
  • It was definitely a memorable season. Check out this fantastic recap. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Unlike many teams in the NHL, the Anaheim Ducks and the New York Rangers are proof that the road to success doesn't necessarily need to come by tanking and drafting. [Globe]
  • Steven Stamkos continues to make his early post-season troubles a distant memory, scoring big goal after big goal for the Tampa Bay Lightning. [NHL]
  • The Hockey Central at Noon crew pinpoint the moment Stamkos got his groove back. [Sportsnet]
  • The Stanley Cup made a rare trip to Kuujjuaq and Iqaluit earlier this year. Take a look back at the Cup's journey to the North, giving fans a rare glimpse at the greatest trophy in all of sports. [Sportsnet]
  • Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi made good on his playoff bet with Anaheim mayor Tom Tait, wearing a Ducks jersey while singing "Let It Go" from Frozen. [Puck Daddy]
  • Lastly, it was 20 years ago yesterday that the Quebec Nordiques left and relocated to Colorado. [TVA]