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Thursday Habs Headlines: Bergevin and Julien have no plans to move on

Here are your daily links, including Bergevin’s plans for the future, the resurgence of Paul Byron, and more.

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NHL: Vancouver Canucks at Montreal Canadiens Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Marc Bergevin has no plans to step down as the Habs’ GM. [31 Thoughts]
  • Even under pressure to make changes, Marc Bergevin has not wavered in his support for Claude Julien. [The Athletic]
  • Paul Byron is back scoring short-handed goals. [Canadiens]
  • Ghost and Lucy are important members of the Byron family:

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Not even two months into the position, Senators’ CEO Jim Little was relieved of his duties. [Silver Seven]
  • After a scary incident during Tuesday’s game between the Habs and Islanders, Johnny Boychuk and the team gave an encouraging update on his status. [Sportsnet | Twitter]
  • The NHL playoffs will serve as the debut for a new “smart” puck. [TSN]
  • Despite wavering at times, the Tampa Bay Lightning are still among this year’s Cup favourites. [ESPN]
  • Concordia Stingers head coach and former Les Canadiennes player Julie Chu received Coach of the Year honours. [Concordia Stingers]
  • Dominik Bokk is hoping to join the Carolina Hurricanes soon. [Twitter]