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Monday Habs Headlines: Is it Marc Bergevin’s last shot at a Canadiens’ post-season?

In today’s links, it could be bye-bye Bergevin if the Habs don’t make it to the playoffs, how the Nate Shimmy came to pass, Laval loses two players during Saturday’s game, and more

Minnesota WIld v Montreal Canadiens Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images

Montreal News and Notes

  • Is it bye-bye Bergevin if the Canadiens don’t earn a post-season berth? [Montreal Gazette]
  • Charlie Lindgren and Michael McCarron had to leave Saturday’s game due to injuries. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Nate Thompson can’t believe the buzz that’s been created around the Nate Shimmy. [NHL]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski joins the Weekend Game Plan to discuss the Habs’ defensive play of late, Charles Hudon being assigned to the AHL, and more. [TSN 690]
  • Take the tour of Nick Cousin’s house complete with his puggle, Riley

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Marco Argentino is the man NHL superstars trust with their gear. Now, he’s helping shape the future of equipment design. [Sportsnet]
  • Interim coach for the Calgary Flames, Geoff Ward, has been trying his best to keep distractions outside of the locker room. [Sportsnet]
  • After missing eight games with an upper-body injury, Nicklas Backstrom is expected to return to the Washington Capitals lineup when they host the Blue Jackets tonight. [NHL]
  • Dylan Sikura is out to prove that he should stay in the NHL for good after being called up from the Rockford Icehogs to the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday, [Yahoo Sports]
  • A St. Louis Blues superfan attended Saturday’s game with a very special person...her bone marrow donor that she met for the first time. [Sports Illustrated]
  • Former NHLer Daniel Carcillo admits he was an abuser, a bully and worse, but he’s ready to make amends. [Toronto Star]