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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Prospect Watch

Caufield, Harris, and Guhl turning heads, how the Golden Knight’s cap crunch could prove beneficial for other teams, talk of return to play, and more in today’s links.

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NHL: JUN 26 Montreal Canadiens Development Camp Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Cole Caufield has developed over the last couple of months, and as long as they go ahead, the World Juniors should be the perfect stage to display that. [The Athletic]
  • Kaiden Guhle and Justin Barron are building chemistry for Team Canada. [TSN]
  • Habs prospect Jordan Harris earned Player of the Week honors. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Despite the growing number of COVID-19 cases, Alberta’s chief medical officer says that the WJC can still be held. [Yahoo | CBC]
  • When not playing hockey, Canada’s quarantined WJC players and staff have revealed some unexpected skills. [Twitter]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights’ cap crunch could mean that players like Max Pacioretty and others might be up for grabs. [TSN]
  • Who’s left in the free agent pool, and what do they bring? [Sportsnet]
  • There hasn’t been much news, but Darren Dreger says that both sides say that progress is being made towards the new season. [TSN]
  • With so much up in the air, how are NHLers preparing for the season, or whatever is ahead? [TSN]
  • Despite no firm date for the start of the season, NHLers are returning to their team’s cities. One of those returning is Joe Thornton. [Sportsnet | NBC Sports]
  • It’s time for the LA Kings to enter the next stage of their rebuild. [TSN]
  • The USHL is one of the only ones in North America to maintain play. So how have they done it? [SI The Hockey News]
  • The Florida Panthers are at the forefront of a growing movement to develop better support for goalies. [The Athletic]
  • It is being alleged that members of Björklöven’s team fixed the game they lost to Mora in the Allsvenskan. [Twitter]