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Friday Habs Headlines: An unusual season for the Canadiens’ prospects

In today’s links, Rob Ramage talks about an unprecedented situation for both the team and its prospects, the Arizona Coyotes renounce the selection of Mitchell Miller, and what does a closed border mean for NHL-AHL transactions?

NHL: JUN 30 Canadiens Development Camp Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • This is certainly not a normal season for the Canadiens prospects. [Radio-Canada | Google Translate]
  • The pandemic represents another challenge for Director of Player Development Rob Ramage and his group. [RDS]
  • Ramage is optimistic that the Canadiens’ cupboards are stocked full, though. [Montreal Gazette]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Arizona Coyotes are renouncing the rights to Mitchell Miller. [ESPN]
  • What does the whole saga mean for the Coyotes as an organization? [TSN]
  • The NHL is aiming for a normal 2021-22 season. They have to navigate the 2020-21 season first. [ESPN]
  • The league also says that an external investigation could not substantiate rumours that Dale Tallon used racist language in the Toronto bubble. [TSN]
  • Colin Wilson talks about his ongoing battle with OCD. [The Players’ Tribune]
  • The mystery that is the Alex Galchenyuk saga. [La Presse]
  • How would a closed border impact Canadian teams with American AHL affiliates? [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Seattle Kraken are taking the “Get Uncomfortable” pledge, an anti-racism initiative founded by the Black Girl Hockey Club nonprofit organization. [Sportsnet]
  • With Kirby Dach in the fold, Hockey Canada hopes that Alexis Lafreniere can be made available for this year’s World Junior Championships too. [Sportsnet]