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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Cale Fleury’s biggest influences

Cale Fleury talks about the players he modeled his game after, Jarome Iginla’s part in Milan Lucic’s move to Calgary, a new arena for the Flames, and more in today’s links.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Cale Fleury talks about the players who have influenced him the most (spoilers, they include Drew Doughty, Sidney Crosby, and his older brother Haydn). [Canadiens]
  • In case you missed it the first time around, check out this video of Cole Caufield! [Youtube]
  • The team that hits the ice for the 2021-22 season could look drastically different from the one we will see for the 2019-20 season, because only a small handful of players have contracts that will last that long. So, what might the future hold? [The Athletic]
  • Youppi! hung out in Renous yesterday! [Twitter 1 | Twitter 2]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Mitch Marner says he’s ready for anything regarding signing talks. [TSN]
  • John Tavares is back to full health, but the Leafs’ playoff exit is still weighing on his mind. [NHL]
  • It may be a new week, but a lot of the same names remain unsigned this summer. [CBC]
  • The future remains uncertain for the professional women’s hockey players, but they remain positive. [Sportsnet]
  • Olympians Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux have established a foundation to give disadvantaged kids the opportunity to play hockey. [NBC Sports]
  • Breaking down just why the Flames’ trade for Milan Lucic wasn’t a good one for Calgary. [Yahoo]
  • A conversation with Jarome Iginla helped Lucic decide to accept the trade. [Sportsnet]
  • The Flames and the city of Calgary reach a tentative agreement for a new stadium. [TSN]
  • The Ducks’ goalies floundered last season. Will a new goalie coach be enough to help them right the ship? [NBC Sports]
  • The new Seattle team has found its GM, and this is his vision for the team. [ESPN]