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Tuesday Habs Headlines: From Darkness, Light

Remembering the Broncos, keeping spirits up during the pandemic, prospects, puppies, and more in today's links

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Cole Caufield and how his decision to return to the Badgers for another year came about. [The Athletic]
  • Dale Weise's newest family member is absolutely precious. [Twitter]
  • As the league shifts away from work-horse goalies, only Carey Price and Connor Hellebuyck have played 75% of their team's games in the 2019-20 season. [TSN]
  • It might not be much in the grand scheme of things, but the Habs are encouraging their fans to join in a stick tap solute for Montreal's Healthcare workers at 7:00 pm every night. [Canadiens]
  • Jake Evans is the Rocket's finalist for AHL Man of the Year. [Canadiens]
  • If you missed Victor Mete's Q&A session, you can catch it here! [Canadiens]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • When it comes to prospect development, Frölunda HC has gained a dazzling reputation for turning out top end talent. Lucas Raymond looks to become the next name on that list. [Hockey Prospects]
  • For the Reirden family, quarantining from the pandemic is a matter of extra concern. [NBC Sports | Sportsnet]
  • Bobby Orr thanks the workers of Massachusetts General Hospital for their service, both now, and during his time as a player. [Sportsnet]
  • Russian Olympian Alexei Marchenko has donated a significant amount off money for a local Children's hospital. [Hockey Federation of Russia]
  • Canadian Olympian Hayley Wickenheiser is part off a drive collecting medical supplies for doctors and nurses. [The Athletic]
  • KHLers are facing the same COVID-19-induced struggles as their brethren across the pond, and are dealing with them in similar ways; by coming up with inventive ways to use their hockey gear, and helping vulnerable members of their communities. [KHL]
  • Two years after the Humboldt bus crash and the death of Jonathan Pitre, Bob McKenzie talks about finding hope in dark times. [TSN]
  • Broncos families take to social media for memorials and for promotion of causes near and dear to their hearts. [TSN | Sportsnet]
  • Ryan Straschnitzki reflects on the crash, and about his progress and aspirations as a sledge hockey player. [Sportsnet]
  • Remembering the Broncos. [Sportsnet]
  • Darnell Nurse is becoming that elusive thing that has so long eluded the Oilers — a talented, homegrown, tried and tested leader. [Sportsnet]
  • If the 2019-20 resumes, there are still no real answers about how the logistics would work. [Sportnset | CBC]
  • Patrick Marleau, Mitchell Marner, and Auston Matthews haven't lost the family bond they forged as teammates. [Sportsnet]
  • Legacy, and the effect the shortened season could have on those fighting for their last chance to cement theirs. [The Athletic]