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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Birth of a Legacy

The game that cemented Carbonneau's legacy, Plekanec answers fan questions, Theodore on Boudreau, Ward retires, Nylander evolving as a player, a shake-up in the Chicago front office, and more in today's links

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Stanley Cup Celebration

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Guy Carbonneau and the Stanley Cup run that elevated him to Hall-of-Fame status. [Sportsnet]
  • The Canadiens have some top players on surprisingly small salaries. [The Athletic]
  • Tomas Plekanec is relishing some extra time with his family. [Canadiens]
  • Vasily Demchenko isn't afraid to earn his spot, even if it means he finds himself in the ECHL at points in the season. []
  • Cale Makar and Quinn Hughs have a healthy respect for Shea Weber's shot. [TVA]
  • José Théodore says he knew immediately that he wouldn't work well with Bruce Boudreau. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Ontario Sports Minister says that they're examining all options for the resumption of the major sports leagues. [TSN]
  • The plans the NHL has begun to compile for summer hockey could, in fact, work. [The Hockey News]
  • If the NHL comes back this season, there will be growing pains. [The Athletic]
  • The AHL is probably going to pull the pin on the remainder of its season. [TSN]
  • Joel Ward announces his retirement from the NHL [NHL] and looks back on his career. [TSN]
  • Pekka Rinne and Patrick Marleau among those hoping to get one more shot at the Stanley Cup. [CBC]
  • William Nylander is evolving. [TSN]
  • The LA Kings have some help coming in the forms of Gabe Vilardi, Jacob Ingham, Alex Turcotte, Tyler Madden, and Cole Hults. [The Hockey News]
  • Tyson Barrie is a comfortable veteran of 554 NHL games, but he still remembers how terrifying his first game was. [Sportsnet]
  • Barrie, Makar, Quinn Hughes and Adam Fox sit down for a (virtual) chat. [Sportsnet]
  • The kid who's been called the Norwegian Gretzky has signed with the Calgary Flames. [Sportsnet]
  • John McDonough has been fired by the Blackhawks, so who's next? [The Athletic]