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Thursday Habs Headlines: Paul Byron makes a lasting impression on Canadiens Hockey School attendees

Here are your daily links, including Paul Byron’s surprise appearance, Tomas Tatar’s gym, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • The kids attending Canadiens Hockey School got a fun surprise from a Hab on Wednesday:
  • The Athletic posted their next installment ranking the Habs’ top 20 prospects, hitting spots 15-11. [The Athletic]
  • Get caught up on who exactly is in the organization ahead of the start of the Top 25 Under 25. [EOTP]
  • Tomas Tatar takes Habs fans on a tour of the gym he started in Slovakia:

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Athletic’s Mark Lazerus spent a morning working out with the guy who trains pros like Connor Carrick and Patrick Kane in the off-season. [The Athletic]
  • Phil Kessel’s house is up for sale, and prospective buyers (or professional snoopers) can view the very interesting interior online. [Deadspin]
  • Sergei Bobrovsky shared his feelings on leaving Columbus to sign with Florida as a free agent. [TSN]
  • Even NHL insiders take a little bit of a summer vacation. [The Athletic]
  • Kyle Connor and Patrik Laine are the only remaining players for the Jets to sign, but both have drawn heavy interest from other teams, as well. [Sportsnet]
  • Herb Carnegie, a former teammate of Jean Béliveau with the Quebec Aces, narrowly missed the opportunity to become the first black player in the NHL. [TVA Sports]