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Sunday Habs Headlines: Signing both Danault and Tatar should be considered

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In today’s links, the possibility of keeping the top line intact, declaring a winner in the Sergachev-Drouin trade, the new imposing blue line, and looking to Seattle for financial help this season.

Montreal Canadiens v Vegas Golden Knights Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Re-signing both Tomas Tatar and Phillip Danault should still be entertained by an organization focusing more on the future. [NBC Sports]
  • If a big, imposing blue line is the way to go, the Canadiens are in great shape for the next NHL season. [La Tribune]
  • Sportsnet’s projection has Montreal finishing sixth in a seven-team Canadian division. [Sportsnet]
  • We need to wait one more season before declaring a winner and loser in the Mikhail Sergachev - Jonathan Drouin trade. [La Presse]
  • The impact the Raphael Diaz trade had in shaping the Canadiens’ current roster. [Sportsnet]
  • Jakub Dobes is having a good start with Omaha:

Around the league and elsewhere

  • By turning pingpong tables into works of art, Dominic Moore is finding creative ways to raise funds for cancer research at a time when people can’t get together for events. [NHL.com]
  • The NHL asking the players to make larger concessions on salary may seem unfair based on the promises made at the time the agreement was made, but with no fans in attendance, that plan is no longer viable. [Forbes]
  • Perhaps getting a partial payment of the $650-million expansion fee now from the Seattle Kraken franchise would be a reasonable solution. [New York Post]