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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Michael McCarron’s uncertain future

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In today’s links, wondering where Michael McCarron’s place within this organization is, Jose Theodore would like more daring from the general manager in the future, and fallout from Svechnikov-Ovechkin.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Michael McCarron is facing an uncertain future. [La Presse | Google Translate]
  • Noah Juulsen wants to move on from his injury-riddled campaign. [La Presse]
  • Jose Theodore thinks that Marc Bergevin should take a page from Jarmo Kekalainen’s book at future trade deadlines. [Journal de Montreal]
  • With 10 points in four games, Nick Suzuki is the CHL Player of the Week. [CHL]
  • On April 16, 1953, the Canadiens defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 to win their first Stanley Cup in seven years. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Lukas Vejdemo would like to thank everyone for his first North American pro season.
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Around the league and elsewhere

  • The desire to establish a new mindset in the locker room played a large part in the Philadelphia Flyers’ decision to hire Alain Vigneault. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • Todd McLellan will be the next head coach of the Los Angeles Kings. [ESPN]
  • Down Goes Brown looks at some really good regular season teams that never won a playoff game that year. [The Athletic]
  • Andrei Svechnikov is in concussion protocol and will miss game 4 after getting KOed by Alex Ovechkin. [TSN]
  • Svechnikov’s injury brings back bad memories for Carolina Hurricanes fans. [Canes Country]
  • Craig Button objected to Canes head coach Rod Brind’amour leveling blame on Ovechkin for the fight. [TSN]
  • Evgeny Svechnikov, brother of Andrei, had a message for Ovechkin. [Sportsnet]
  • Mitch Marner’s late game heroics symbolize a departure from Maple Leaf teams of playoffs past. [Sportsnet]
  • If the Leafs can win without Nazem Kadri, should they move him for a defenceman? [The Hockey News]
  • Ten players to watch at the U18 World Championships. [The Hockey News]

Wednesday’s playoff schedule

Boston Bruins @ Toronto Maple Leafs

Start time: 7:00 PM EDT / 4:00 PM PDT
In Canada: CBC (English), TVA Sports (French)
In the USA: NBCSN
In the Bruins region: NESN
Elsewhere: NHL.tv / Rogers NHL Live

Nashville Predators @ Dallas Stars

Start time: 8:00 PM EDT / 5:00 PM PDT
In Canada: Sportsnet (English), TVA Sports 2 (French)
In the Predators region: Fox Sports-Tennessee
In the Stars region: Fox Sports-Southwest
Elsewhere: NHL.tv / Rogers NHL Live

Calgary Flames @ Colorado Avalanche

Start time: 10:00 PM EDT / 7:00 PM PDT
In Canada: CBC (English), TVA Sports (French)
In the USA: NBCSN
In the Avalanche region: Altitude
Elsewhere: NHL.tv / Rogers NHL Live