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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Will Carey Price return for the last game?

Here are your daily links covering whether Carey Price will start against Tampa Bay, what's going on between P.K. Subban and the Canadiens and which coaches are on the hot seat.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Will Carey Price be able to suit up for the Canadiens before the end of the season? [La Presse]
  • Hockey runs deep through Ryan Johnston's family, who made his debut for the Montreal Canadiens yesterday. [Sportsnet]
  • There is a changing of the guard occurring in Canadian women's hockey, as Hayley Wickenheiser passes the torch to Marie-Philip Poulin. [SB Nation]
  • Canadian goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer ’s incredible showing at the World Championships, prompted Daniel Carr to tweet this:
  • Les Canadiennes goaltender Charline Labonté also took to social media to show her support. [Instagram]
  • Tony Marinaro speculates that the Montreal Canadiens need to mend their relationship with P.K. Subban, while the folks over on Habs Breakfast wonder why John Scott was called up now. [TSN 690 | MarinaroHabs Breakfast]
  • Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong for the Montreal Canadiens this season. [Global News]
  • Carey Price surprised students at Kahnawake Survival School. [Global News]
  • With Ben Scrivens being sent down to the St.John's, the IceCaps have now had at least 40 players represent the AHL club this season. [The Telegram]
  • John Scott had this to say, about the brouhaha he had created with an unassuming comment:

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • With the 2015-2016 NHL regular season coming to a close, take a look at some of the head coaches who might be out of a job come October. [Toronto Star]
  • Hall of Fame goaltender Glenn Hall believes that the size of modern goaltending equipment needs to be reduced. [NHL]
  • The Nashville Predators’ blueline will get a well needed boost from the return of defensemen Ryan Ellis and Anthony Bitetto. [On The Forecheck]
  • For ten seasons now, the Edmonton Oilers have been an unmitigated disaster. Perhaps now is the best time for the new management group to dismantle the existing core and start fresh. [National Post]
  • Canadian teachers now have access to an online program that will help them assist students who are suffering from concussions. [CBC]
  • Team Sweden hosted an open practice, allowing children to come play alongside their favourite players. [Smalanningen]