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Monday Habs Headlines: Julien wants high compete level from Galchenyuk

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Here are your daily links including the Habs helping with a bucket list, it’s time for Galchenyuk to step up, and Anderson back for the playoffs

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Montreal News and Notes

  • Irene Durdon, a 91-year-old long time Habs fan, got to cross a wish off her bucket list on Friday, when she met and had her picture taken with some of the team. [NHL]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski joins Habs Breakfast to discuss the match-up with the New York Rangers during the playoffs, and what Alex Galchenyuk’s role should be. [TSN 690]
  • Claude Julien wants to see a high compete level from Galchenyuk in the playoffs. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Four-time Stanley Cup champion, Patrick Roy, joins Robyn Flynn for a chat on Centre Ice. [TSN 690]
  • Paul Byron, and Buffalo Sabres forward Tyler Ennis, share memories of being rookie roomates during their time in the Sabres’ organization together. [Buffalo Hockey Beat]
  • The Canadiens all-in attitude has helped them in their 11 come from behind wins this season. [NHL]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • After being knocked out of Saturdays game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, due to a collision with Tom Sestito, Mike Babcock says Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen will be ready for playoffs. [Sportsnet]
  • The inspiring story of Craig Cunningham, of the Tucson Roadrunners, continues as he drops the ceremonial puck during Fan Appreciation night. [NHL]
  • After being sidelined for two years due to a concussion, Amanda Kessel is back just in time to be crowned IIHF’s Women’s world champion, and is ready to pick up right where she left off. [Sportsnet]
  • Canada suffered yet another loss at the Women’s Worlds, and a inefficient development system by Hockey Canada may be to blame. [The Ice Garden]
  • It’s been an up and down season for the Winnipeg Jets. Time to regroup for next season. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • Dallas Stars coach, Lindy Ruff, will not be returning next season after the team missed the playoffs. [Yahoo Sports]