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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher fitting in on the top line

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In today’s links, Brendan Gallagher’s looking good with Pacioretty and Drouin, season previews abound with differing takes on the Canadiens’ fortunes, and Carey Price is still the definitive best goaltender in the league.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Brendan Gallagher is looking like a good fit on the Habs’ first line. [Montreal Gazette]
  • “A season of ifs.” Arpon Basu and Marc-Antoine Godin chat about the Canadiens. [The Athletic]
  • Karl Subban is hoping to inspire parents with his new book. [Montreal Gazette]
  • “Why should I be angry at the Montreal Canadiens?” asks Karl Subban. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Carey Price is the best goalie in the league, say NHL executives and coaches. [The Athletic]
  • SB Nation (and our Justin Blades) previews the Canadiens. [SB Nation]
  • Previewing the Atlantic Division. [RDS]
  • RDS experts make their 2017-18 predictions. [RDS]
  • The decision to retain all of the Canadiens’ assistant coaches this off-season was Claude Julien’s. [TVA Sports]
  • Where does Pacioretty-Drouin-Gallagher rank among the NHL’s #1 lines? [TSN]
  • Michael McNiven will join the Brampton Beast of the ECHL. [Laval Rocket]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Is hockey’s warrior culture worth the hidden costs? [Stanley Cup of Chowder]
  • 31 bold predictions about the 2017-18 NHL season. [TSN]
  • Everything you need to know about all 31 teams for this NHL season. [SB Nation]
  • Both Marian Hossa and Joffrey Lupul have been officially cleared to join the LTIR. [TSN-Hossa | TSN-Lupul]
  • When it comes to roster movement, there might be a logic behind what appears to fans as illogical. [The Athletic]
  • Mikhail Sergachev is poised to start the season with the Tampa Bay Lightning. [TSN]
  • It doesn't matter what position Rasmus Dahlin plays. [Szymon Szemberg]
  • The Atlanta Braves international spending scandal is a mere symptom of how sports is rigged in the favour of labour and against the athletes. [CBS Sports]