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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Trevor Timmins is well worth his contract extension

Here are your daily links, including why Trevor Timmins is among the league's best, Max Pacioretty shares his reaction to the big trade and an interview with the NHL’s youngest general manager.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Our own Andrew Zadarnowski joined Tony Marinaro on the Morning Show, to discuss Trevor Timmins’ track record and how his picks compare against prospects picked by teams around the league. [TSN 690]
  • Captain Max Pacioretty was asked about the trade and this was his response:
  • The Montreal Canadiens and the NHL in general, are fighting a losing battle if they think they can limit the rise of player focused marketing. [L’actualite]
  • The Montreal Canadiens have also revealed twelve possible names for Laval’s AHL club. Which one will you vote for? [Canadiens]
  • Canadiens alumni Ken Dryden spoke about the charity founded by his father and how the rest of the Dryden family continues to support it grow. [Financial Post]
  • Martin Reway took part in a unique charity event. [TVA Sports]
  • Nikita Scherbak is enjoying some tennis:
  • Julie Petry will be running for a good cause:

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • Arizona Coyotes general manager John Chayka sat down with to share his thoughts on everything from using new statistics to build his team to the importance of puck moving defensemen. [NHL]
  • Defenseman David Rundblad and the Chicago Blackhawks have parted ways, after both parties agreed to a mutual contract termination. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Adam Larsson met his new team for the first time following his trade to the Edmonton Oilers and is looking forward to working on the offensive side of his game. [National Post]
  • As Genie Bouchard prepares to participate in this year’s Rogers Cup, the divisions that exist between fans and sports journalists become more apparent. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Do you have a passion for women’s hockey? Then what are you waiting for, apply!