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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Marc Bergevin needs to reevaluate his coaching situation

Here are your daily links covering discussions surrounding Therrien's job security, how the Canadiens' injuries effect the IceCaps and how the civil war in Syria is affecting Brandon Saad.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Marc Bergevin shouldn't commit to keeping Michel Therrien behind the bench next season. Though two potential replacement candidates may be available right now, there is no guarantee they will still be available at the beginning of next season. [Sportsnet]
  • Pierre McGuire believes that Montreal's coaching staff will be carefully evaluated at the end of this season, but J-F Chaumont doesn't believe that it will result in Therrien's termination. [TSN 690 | McGuireChaumont]
  • Unfortunately, it seems that the Habs will not grant this particular fan’s wish anytime soon. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Or might they? After all, Marc Bergevin had the following to say regarding reports surrounding Michel Therrien’s employment status.

  • Max Pacioretty knows that season hasn't gone as the team had expected, but he still expects the team to finish strong for the fans at the Bell Centre. [NHL]
  • The Montreal Canadiens recent injury troubles are also beginning to affect the St. John's IceCaps playoff hopes. [The Telegram]
  • Unfortunately for the St. John's IceCaps, they weren't spared from the injury bug either. [IceCaps]
  • Being a sports fan can be an exercise in tolerating bullshit. [EOTP]

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