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Friday Habs Headlines: Do the Canadiens now shift their attention to Tyler Seguin?

In today’s links, whether the Habs could target a player on an expiring contract, using Kawhi Leonard as an example of how to handle disgruntled players, and Jaromir Jagr is still lacing them up.

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Montreal Canadiens v Dallas Stars Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Would impending UFA Tyler Seguin want to play for the Canadiens? [Montreal Gazette]
  • Catching up with Kenny Agostino, who is hoping to impress the Habs brass at training camp. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • The Canadiens and Ottawa Senators could learn from how the San Antonio Spurs handled Kawhi Leonard when dealing with the Karlsson and Pacioretty cases. [The Athletic]
  • The Laval Rocket have signed native son defenceman Maxim Lamarche.
  • Tomas Plekanec is now on Instagram. [Instagram]
  • The first episode of “Your Canadiennes” is now out, focusing on 2017 Clarkson Cup.

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Ranking the off-seasons for each of the 31 teams. [The Athletic]
  • Are Artemi Panarin’s days with the Columbus Blue Jackets numbered? [The Cannon]
  • What can Adam Henrique, proud owner of a new five-year contract, bring offensively to the Anaheim Ducks? [Anaheim Calling]
  • Is it time for Frederick Gaudreau to cement a position with the Nashville Predators? [On The Forecheck]
  • Andrew MacDonald continues to post poor results. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • Which team has the best core - and locked into the best contract situation - in the NHL? [ESPN]
  • Jaromir Jagr hits the ice with Rytiri Kladno as training camp opens, with the ultimate aim of a return to the NHL. [ProHockeyTalk]
  • Katie Strang takes us inside the NHL-NHLPA discussions on determining the league’s marijuana use policy. [The Athletic]
  • Jayna Hefford has been named the interim commissioner of the CWHL. [Sportsnet]