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Thursday Habs Links: Canadiens lose in dramatic fashion

Here are your daily links covering the Canadiens, including what went wrong, Gallager's efforts and Jack Adams' finalists.

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Montreal Canadiens

  • Brendan Gallagher scored Montreal's lone goal in a losing effort in game three. Despite enduring a cross check to the face, the young winger had put forth a great performance in the loss. [CTV News]
  • The Canadiens were understandably emotional after yesterday's loss. Here was Brendan Gallagher's response. [Twitter]
  • Carey Price also had the following to say. [Twitter]
  • With time running out on their postseason hopes, the Canadiens will need to figure out a way to solve the Lightning and figuring out how to fix their ineffective powerplay maybe the place to start. [CBC]
  • Despite how the remainder of the postseason plays out, it is important to acknowledge the role Price has played in getting the Habs to this position. The net minder has remained the linchpin which allows the existing system to succeed. [Sports Illustrated]
  • What role does language play in the hiring of a head coach in Montreal and how important is it that this condition is met? [SDP]

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • Check out the history behind some of the NHL's oldest playoff traditions! [Toronto Star]
  • The finalists for the Jack Adams trophy were released. Calgary's Bob Hartley, Nashville's Peter Laviolette and New York's Alain Vigneault are up for this honour. [Puck Daddy]
  • The Calgary Flames had a goal waived off during their match against the Anahiem Duck. Check out the bizarre reasoning behind why the goal was disallowed. [Sportsnet]
  • How valuable has Brandon Bollig been for the Calgary Flames? Well, Bollig has now scored more playoff goals than Stamkos, Nash, Vanek and Hossa. [Matchsticks And Gasoline]
  • Team Canada overcame an early deficit to down Team Sweden at the world championship. Canada would go on to take the game 6-4. [TSN]