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Sunday Habs Links: Can Montreal's AHL affiliate finally make the playoffs this season?

In your daily links: Alex Galchenyuk wants to prove himself, Sylvain Lefebvre talks about the IceCaps upcoming season, and there is still no charges against Mike Richards.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Alex Galchenyuk hopes that he proves himself to be a key piece of the Montreal Canadiens by the time his two-year bridge contract runs out. [NHL.com]
  • Sylvain Lefebvre expects to have a young team in St. John's this upcoming season, however he seems to be confident in his squad. [The Telegram]
  • Frank Seravalli thinks that Galchenyuk could cash in at the end of his contract, which would probably make the Canadiens very happy. [TSN690]
  • From deep in the vault: The Habs could have signed Martin St.Louis back in the day, but the focus on size kept a deal from materializing. To be fair, most teams passed on the chance to sign the small forward. [La Presse]
  • Even if the Canadiens may have to pay Galchenyuk more money later on, the bridge contract should be considered a smart deal. [TSN690]

Around the League

  • Get to know the Anaheim Ducks from A-Z from Puck Daddy with the help of guest blogger Liz Browning of Anaheim Calling. [Puck Daddy]
  • There is no word as of yet that Mike Richards will even be charged for possession of restricted substance while trying to cross the border. The NHLPA has yet to grieve the termination of his contract. [TSN.ca]
  • The addition of Patrick Sharp addressed a serious need for the Stars. [Defending Big D]
  • The National Women's Hockey League has arrived [Winging it in Motown]
  • What do the Couturier and Voracek contracts mean for the Flyers salary cap situation? [Broad Street Hockey]