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Thursday Habs Headlines: Canadiens will look much different heading into next season

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Here are your daily links, including the changes made to the Canadiens, Shea Weber won't change his style of play and Brad Richards announced his retirement.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • With new additions Shea Weber and Andrew Shaw in the lineup, the Montreal Canadiens will look a lot different when they take to the ice next season. [NHL]
  • Shea Weber looks forward to pulling on a Montreal Canadiens jersey and reaffirms that this trade won't make him change his style of play. [TSN 1040]
  • The 2016-17 edition of the Canadiens has the potential to be embraced by anti-analytics proponents. [The Comeback]
  • Marc Bergevin took some big risks this summer and here's how his club could look come opening day. [NHL]
  • Jeff Petry shares his thoughts on some of the best stops around the NHL. [Canadiens]
  • Alex Galchenyuk is using some old-school methods to stay in shape. [Instagram]
  • Defenceman Tim Billingsley has re-signed with the Brampton Beast. [Beast]
  • Les Canadiennes forward Noémie Marin will be working with Team Canada:

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • Brad Richards has decided to step away from the sport, after having spent 15 seasons in the league. [TSN]
  • Former Canadien and current unrestricted free agent Dominic Moore described P.K. Subban as a character person who he enjoyed playing with. [Today’s Slapshot]
  • With seven teams needing a captain next season, which players do you think will end up with a 'C' sewn on their jerseys? [Sportsnet]
  • Is culture just a convenient excuse being used to justify hockey trades? [WFAA]
  • Former Canadien Doug Soeteart was named the new general manager of the AHL's Tuscon Roadrunners. [AHL]
  • The cities of Windsor and London are preparing a joint bid for the 2019 World Junior Championship. [CBC]
  • An Albertan minor-league hockey player received rape threats and was assaulted during a game. [National Post]
  • Dale Weise is making Philadelphia home: