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Friday Habs Links: Brendan Gallagher is motivated by the Stanley Cup

Your daily Canadiens news recap, including Brendan Gallagher having his eyes on the prize, David Desharnais excited for the upcoming season, and more

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Brendan Gallagher expressed frustration with the recent playoff exits, however he's not letting the tough losses take his eyes off the ultimate prize; a Stanley Cup. [TSN]
  • Sportsnet will carry all 82 Habs games next season. Here's their schedule [Sportsnet]
  • David Desharnais is looking forward to the upcoming season, with his focus centered on being a more consistent offensive threat [TVA]
  • Noah Juulsen predictably sat out last night's Team Canada match up versus the Czech Republic, having played the previous two games. So far the reviews on his play have been quite positive


Around The League and Elsewhere

  • A 13-year-old committed to Vermont. 13. 13!!! [SBN College Hockey]
  • It was reported yesterday that Patrick Kane is being investigated by the police on rape allegations.  [Second City Hockey]
  • Derek Roy's agent is bewildered that no NHL team is willing to sign his client. [NBC]
  • Here's why one of hockey's best players walked away from the sport to become a police officer [THN]
  • The Penguins signed veteran Matt Cullen to a bargain deal [Pensburgh]
  • USA Hockey announced their management team for the upcoming World Cup. The event included a seven minute speech by Dean Lombardi, which was littered interesting analogies. [Eye on Hockey]