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Saturday Habs Headlines: Michel Therrien insists nobody is more disappointed than he is

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Here are your daily links for the Habs and around the league, including an interview with head coach Michel Therrien, an interesting season for Philip Danault, and the future of both Martin Reway and Gabriel Dumont.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • In an interview with Philippe Cantin of La Presse, Michel Therrien insists nobody is more disappointed in the Habs season than he is, and states that he never doubted his job security. [La Presse]
  • It was an interesting season for Philip Danault, and one he says he will never forget, as the Victoriaville-native was traded from the Chicago Blackhawks to the Canadiens. [RDS]
  • Habs prospect Martin Reway is still very much open to the possibility of returning to North America to continue his hockey career. [RDS]
  • Unfortunately, Reway sustained an injury in a friendly contest and may now miss the IIHF World Championships:
  • A pending unrestricted free agent, St. John's Ice Caps captain Gabriel Dumont is not yet ready to pack his bags for European hockey. [RDS]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • After a drawn out trade-demand saga, Jonathan Drouin has found a place in in the Tampa Bay lineup this post-season. Has Drouin earned himself a future in Tampa Bay? [SN]
  • Game six of a playoff series is always special, and they get even better when the games go to sudden death - Sean McIndoe takes a look back at some terrific game six overtime moments. [SN]
  • Having put up another impressive season in San Jose, should "Jumbo" Joe Thornton feature on Canada's World Cup roster at 36-years-old? [TSN]
  • Greg Powers, the Head Coach of the NCAA's Arizona State Sun Devils, discusses the process of building a Division I hockey program in the desert. [The Players Tribune]
  • Chicago Blackhawks announcer Pat Foley took issue with what he considers late puck-drop times for the first round of the NHL playoffs, and even drew a response out of Gary Bettman. [Eye on Hockey]
  • Darryl Sutter remains unhappy with the officiating in his Kings' first round series against the state-rival Sharks. [Puck Daddy]