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Friday Habs Headlines: Daniel Carr packs a cost-efficient scoring punch

In today’s links, Carr offers the Canadiens scoring at a bargain, Chris Terry is still holding onto his NHL dream, and reflecting on the Sedins as they play their final home game.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • As the Habs face a potential salary cap pinch next season, Daniel Carr brings bang for the buck. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Looking at the biggest Bergevin regrets from a lost season. [Hockey I/O (Video)]
  • The torch was notably missing from the Canadiens’ opening night ceremonies this year, in a harbinger of things to come. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Alex Galchenyuk has learned a lot this year, but won’t close the door on a return to centre quite yet. [The Athletic]
  • Hard work has paid off for Hayden Verbeek. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • The clock may be ticking, but Chris Terry is holding on to his NHL dream. [The Athletic]
  • A look at Nikita Scherbak and his chihuahua, Stella. [Youtube]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Henrik and Daniel Sedin demonstrated ample hidden strength. [Sportsnet]
  • Elliotte Friedman fondly remembers the journey of the Sedins in his 31 Thoughts. [Sportsnet]
  • The twin thing confused people from day one. [Vanessa Jang]
  • What do the NHL’s non-playoff teams have to look forward to? [The Hockey News]
  • Who will take home the Selke? []
  • Is this John Tavares’ final home game for the New York Islanders? He doesn’t know. [TSN]
  • If Ryan Suter was in another sport, his season-ending injury might have been a career-ender. [The Athletic]
  • Despite missing the playoffs, Joel Quenneville will be back next season behind the Chicago Blackhawks’ bench. [TSN]
  • How Drake Berehowsky, coach of the Orlando Solar Bears, built his own analytics tool. [The Athletic]
  • Alex Barre-Boulet has been named the QMJHL’s MVP. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Powered by Justin Azevedo, Ak Bars Kazan swept Traktor Chelyabinsk to reach the Gagarin Cup Final, where they will await the winner of the CSKA-SKA series. [KHL.en]