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Monday Habs Headlines: McCarron and Mitchell teaming up for a productive off-season

In today’s links, McCarron works with a vet in weight room, Kris Letang visits a Montreal hospital, and some injury news in Anaheim

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Michael McCarron is facing a crucial time in his career this upcoming season, luckily a Habs veteran is teaming up with him this off-season. [NHL]
  • Andreas Martinsen constructs his ultimate NHL player, including pieces from a few of his current Montreal teammates. [NHL]
  • Andrew Shaw is a key piece of the Habs line-up and will need to reign in his reckless play to reach his peak. [Fansided]
  • The Brampton Beast continue to replenish their roster after major turnover this off-season. [Brampton Beast]
  • Check out the moves on this young player for the Canadiens youth camp, think he can play centre this season?
  • Youppi! spent the day partying it up with some lucky contest winners as well. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • How have the recent top overall draft picks fared in their rookie seasons? The folks at All About the Jersey take a deeper look at the numbers. [AATJ]
  • After a disappointing season for the Ducks, a rumour came out that Corey Perry was likely playing with a significant knee injury for most of the season. [Anaheim Calling]
  • This upcoming season is about a lot more than playoff wins for the San Jose Sharks. [Fear the Fin]
  • Oscar Klefbom is a key piece in Edmonton, but just how good is he really? Copper and Blue dig deep into his advanced stats to find out. [Copper and Blue]
  • Kris Letang got his day with the Stanley Cup, and spent it with children currently in hospital in Montreal. [NHL]
  • He also got in a sly joke at the expense of the city’s resident hockey club, all in good fun I’m sure.
  • Remember how Zach Werenski suffered a nasty injury in the playoffs, then someone made a t-shirt out of it? Turns out in the end it led to a charitable cause in Columbus between the fan and the Blue Jackets. [NHL]