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Friday Habs Headlines: How to solve the Canadiens' power play woes

Here are your daily links from the Habs and around the league, including how to get P.K. Subban and the Canadiens' power play producing, a team now fully mired in a collapse, and who could replace Michel Therrien.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Arik Parnass suggests a way in which the Canadiens can get their power play, and in turn P.K. Subban, producing once again. [Special Teams Project]
  • If the Canadiens situation wasn't worrisome before, it has definite become so now as the team finds itself mired in what can only be described as a collapse. [La Presse]
  • Who can replace Michel Therrien if he is eventually canned? Could the Habs look to a non-french head coach? Darren Dreger discusses that topic. [TSN 690]
  • Guy Carbonneau joined Leafs Lunch on TSN to once again discuss the Canadiens' struggles. [TSN]
  • Check out the video game battle between a few of the Habs as they take each other on in NHL 16. [YouTube]
  • Sportsnet's Steve Dangle. who has suffered through many a season as a Leafs fan, offers up some advice for Canadiens' fans feeling lost during the current run of play. [YouTube]
  • This is certainly one way of looking at the current state of the team:

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The 20-game suspension of Dennis Wideman and the league's subsequent explanation has revealed the flaws in the NHL's concussion protocol. [PPP]
  • Wideman spoke about the incident, apologizing to linesman Donny Henderson while denying he had any intent to injure him. [Puck Daddy]
  • There will be no fixing the obstructed view from several seats at the Barclays Center, which has some implications for the fans, including those hoping for an All-Star Game. [LHH]
  • The legal battle surrounding the A-Game Sportsplex in Franklin, Tennessee seems to be over, displacing a number of youth hockey teams. [OTF]