Montreal Canadiens news and notes
- Aside from special events and matinees, the Canadiens will start all home games at 7:00 PM, EST, next season. [Montreal Gazette]
- Kirk Muller has rediscovered his power play mojo with the Canadians. [The Athletic]
- Despite not qualifying for the knockout rounds, Tomas Tatar and Slovakia exit the Worlds on a high note. [Montreal Canadiens]
- What would Habs’ players wish for if they found a magic lamp?
Around the league and elsewhere
- Canada will play Switzerland as the quarterfinal matchups are set at the World Championships. [IIHF]
- If the New York Rangers fail to sign Artemi Panarin, what other options do they have? [Blueshirt Banter]
- Boston Bruins prospect Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson is returning home to play next season in the SHL. [Boston.com]
- Carolina Hurricanes’ defender Calvin de Haan will be out 4-6 months after shoulder surgery. [TSN]
- How fit is Patrick Roy for the Ottawa Senators’ head coaching job? [TSN]
- The newly formed Professional Womens Hockey Players Association is ready for the hard work ahead. [Victory Press]
- The story of Douglas Davie, a to-be-70-year-old Brit who recently attended his first ever hockey game at the ongoing Worlds. [The Athletic]
- Corey Pronman’s top prospects for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. [The Athletic]
- Can an NHL player drive a zamboni?
Wednesday’s playoff schedule
No NHL games scheduled.
Memorial Cup Game 6: Halifax Mooseheads (2-0) @ Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (1-1)
Start time: 7:00 PM EDT / 4:00 PM PDT
In Canada: Sportsnet (English), TVA Sports (French)
Streaming: CHL Live