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Thursday Habs Headlines: What impact will Radulov and Shaw have on the Canadiens this season?

Here are your daily links, including how Montreal's front office is faring, predicting new Habs' point production and new roles for the NHL's concussion spotters.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • TSN's Scott Cullen predicted how many points Alex Radulov and Andrew Shaw will put up next season, while Craig Button offered his thoughts on Alex Galchenyuk's emergence. [TSN 690 | CullenButton]
  • Though Canadien fans may not understand or agree with the direction the team is moving, Bob McKenzie believes that the organization's front office is not dysfunctional. [TSN 690]
  • Robyn Flynn joined AZ Den Talk to discuss the Canadiens' offseason moves, covering Les Canadiennes and why she loves the World Junior Championships. [FFH]
  • Marc Dumont touched on John Tortorella's comments and the unfair amount of criticism Max Pacioretty receives due to his style of play. [SN]
  • Stefan Matteau is determined to do anything he can to make a good impression on the Canadiens coaching staff. [Canadiens]
  • Pierre Lebrun thinks that the return of Carey Price and the addition of Shea Weber will take pressure off of Max Pacioretty, while Francois Gagnon refuted some of the criticism aimed at Montreal's captain.  [TSN 690 | LebrunGagnon]
  • Former Canadien Steve Bégin will be joining RDS on l'Antichambre. [RDS]
  • Andrei Markov responded in typical Markovian fashion:
  • Fans will get more opportunities to listen to Brendan Gallagher:
  • Canadiens' prospects are excited for training camp:
  • Les Canadiennes shook things up a bit:
  • Caroline Ouellette is keeping busy with Team Canada:
  • What are you waiting for? Go read this:

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • The NHL's concussion spotters will have new responsibilities next season. [CBC]
  • Marcus Kruger touched on his wrist injury and how he plans to defeat his NHL teammates at the World Cup. [SCH]
  • Fans around the league sent letters to the NHL, urging them to take a stronger stance with regards to domestic violence and sexual assault. Among them were five Toronto fans and here's why they felt compelled to write their letters. [PPP]
  • How will SHL teams fare next season? [Passion Hockey]
  • The Colorado Avalanche have made an analytics hire:
  • How will these new changes affect goalies?