Montreal Canadiens News and Notes
- Marc Bergevin can breath a little easier after the performance of six specific players during the playoffs. [Journal de Montreal]
- Canadiens fans were offered a glimpse into a future that seems much brighter after many of their young stars quickly found their rhythm during the NHL playoffs. [NHL]
- How to fill the gap between the duo of Carey Price and Shea Weber and that of Nick Suzuki and Jesperi Kotkaniemi. [RDS]
- Bergevin needs to start setting the bar higher than “let’s try to make the playoffs and then anything can happen with Carey Price.” [Canoe]
- Andrew Zadarnowski covers the Canadiens post-mortem, challenges ahead, and to-do list.
My final regular segment for @tsn690 (for now) was a good one. #Habs post-mortem, challenges ahead, and to-do list. All covered in a tidy 20 minute segment.— Andrew Zadarnowski (@AZadarski) August 23, 2020
Thanks to all the listeners for coming along for the ride these last few months. Hope to catch you all soon! https://t.co/MPJwHt1uju
Around the League and Elsewhere
- Canada’s last team left standing in the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs is out to ‘prove people wrong’ in another tough series. [Sportsnet]
- After an early playoff exit, the Washington Capitals relieved Todd Reirden of his head coaching duties on Sunday. [National Post]
- Heading into the Eastern Conference Second Round, both the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Islanders feel they can reach another level. [NHL]
- The Pittsburgh Penguins off-season plan will need to include changes to the roster, coaching staff, and team philosophy, [The Hockey Writers]
- Marc-Andre Fleury tries to dampen the flames caused by his agent after a suggestive social media post.