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Tuesday Habs Headlines: The Clarkson Cup is a great celebration of women's hockey

Here are your daily links, including Bergevin's evaluating, Canadiens lineup news, prospect updates, an exclusive interview, GM meetings, and more!

Shanna Martin

Montreal Canadiens news:

  • Les Canadiennes may have lost the Clarkson Cup final to the Calgary Inferno, but the game was a great growth for women's hockey. [Metro]
  • Morgan Ellis is savouring his first NHL experience, seeing as he was never sure if he would get the chance. [LX]
  • Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin is not impressed with this season, even with all the injuries, and will be "evaluating" in the offseason:
  • Nathan Beaulieu is questionable to return to the lineup tomorrow, Lars Eller will miss tomorrow's game, and P.K. Subban will miss the next two games. [Canadiens]
  • The Habs lines at practice yesterday saw Charles Hudon and Jacob de la Rose rotating on the fourth line left-wing, and Paul Byron and Torrey Mitchell on the second line with Tomas Plekanec. [EOTP]
  • Mark Barberio is stepping up for the Canadiens during a tough injury-filled stretch. [690]
  • The Canadiens had 31 players in their team photo this year, just goes to show you how injury plagued they've been this season. [JDM]
  • Club 1909 contest winners got to play NHL 16 on the Bell Centre jumbotron with Nathan Beaulieu and Jacob de la Rose on Monday:
  • Montreal Canadiens prospects are impressing throughout the CHL. [HF]
  • How to deal with a disappointing Habs season: Coach & Management edition. [EOTP]
  • Max Pacioretty talked about goalie interference calls, while playing on a line with Brendan Gallagher. [Twitter]
  • Some Canadiens players weighed in on the coach's challenge, and were suggesting improvements. [SN]
  • Yesterday was Pi day, and the IceCaps social media team had a little bit of fun with it. [STJ]
  • Canadiens prospect, Tim Bozon, never gives up and is still continuing to put in work to be a part of the Canadiens roster one day. [20M]
  • InGoal Magazine ranked the goalie prospects from the Eastern Conference. Montreal was given a C. [IGM]
  • ICYMI: EOTP's own, Zeb, had an exclusive interview with Canadiens prospect Lukas Vejdemo. [EOTP]

Around the NHL and elsewhere:

  • NHL GM's are just as tired of the Edmonton Oilers getting the first overall pick as you are. [SBN]
  • A man wearing a New Jersey Devils hat, stabbed a Philadelphia man after the two were arguing about the hat, according to police reports. [PuckDaddy]
  • What do they GM's talk about at those GM meetings? Bob McKenzie talks to TSN690 about the GM meetings in Boca Raton. [690]
  • 54 years ago yesterday, Gordie Howe scored his 500th NHL goal. [NHL]
  • The commissioner of the NWHL released a statement yesterday, talking about the past season and about how they will work with the CWHL to help grow women's hockey. [PuckDaddy]
  • The NFL referee's released a statement supporting the NHL referees after the Dennis Wideman incident, standing with them. [PHT]
  • The NHL will be testing out blue-line cameras in the NHL playoffs, and they say it will help with getting offside calls right. [CBC]
  • This recent run that the Philadelphia Flyers are on is actually not a fluke, they are playing very good hockey. [BSH]
  • Dalton Prout will have a hearing for his sucker punch to Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov. [PHT]
  • The NHL 3 stars of the week were named, and Alex Galchenyuk was surprisingly not among them. The three players that were picked did have fantastic weeks as well. [NHL]
  • With the playoffs looming, the Capitals just aren't playing well enough, according to coach Barry Trotz. [PHT]
  • The New York Rangers will only go as far as Henrik Lundqvist carries them. [EOH]
  • Corey Crawford is making a push for a Vezina trophy with his great play this season. [NHL]
  • Robin Lehner thinks the NHL changing of bigger goalies pads to smaller ones, "needs to happen". [EOH]
  • Here's an advanced look at getting shots through from the blue-line. [C&B]