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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher welcomes labour peace

In today’s links, Brendan Gallagher weighs in on the NHLPA’s decision not to revisit the existing CBA, Noah Juulsen will seek additional expertise concerning recent headaches, and Patrik Laine wants an opportunity with the Jets’ biggest guns.

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NHL: APR 06 Maple Leafs at Canadiens Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Brendan Gallagher is happy that labour peace will rule the land for at least three more years. [Montreal Gazette]
  • ICYMI: Noah Juulsen will see a specialist concerning recent headaches. [CBC|La Presse]
  • Cale Fleury has trimmed down between this summer’s development camp and now in a bid to make the squad. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Previewing the 2019-20 Canadiens and their quest for the playoffs. [The Hockey News]
  • Shea Weber’s mere presence already makes this Canadiens team better than the one that started last year’s training camp. [The Athletic]
  • How Nick Suzuki could carve out a job for himself this preseason. [Athletique]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • With the Edmonton Oilers unable to wait for the future to arrive, Evan Bouchard must now turn potential into reality. [Sportsnet]
  • The WHL has asked a judge to toss out a lawsuit filed by former players demanding back pay under employment rights legislation. [TSN]
  • Patrik Laine wants a shot on the Winnipeg Jets’ top line. [Sportsnet]
  • The Columbus Blue Jackets are counting on Elvis Merzlikins and Veini Vehvilainen to replace the departed Sergei Bobrovsky. [The Hockey News]
  • Jason Spezza is still hunting for that elusive Stanley Cup as his career winds down. [Sportsnet]
  • Why the Toronto Maple Leafs are now invested in keeping hockey in Newfoundland. [The Athletic]
  • Alex Ovechkin still has time to chase down Wayne Gretzky’s goal scoring record. [Sportsnet]
  • An in-depth look at all the rule changes for the 2019-20 NHL season.