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Bergevin’s off season moves have the veterans believing, Habs get the go-ahead to play at the Bell Centre, Ovechkin not concerned about his next contract, Crosby and the Pens are motivated, and more from the first day of training camp

NHL: JAN 04 Canadiens Training Camp Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Bergevin’s moves during the offseason have Habs players and coaches believing. [Sportsnet]
  • Lots of things changed for Montreal during the off-season, but one thing stayed the same. [The Athletic]
  • Carey Price talks Jake Allen. [Canadiens]
  • Start times for the Canadiens’ games this season have now been released. [Twitter]
  • Montreal has been green-lighted to play their home games at the Bell Centre. [CTV | TSN]
  • The AHL teams participating in the 2021 season have been announced. [AHL]
  • Our Oilers sister-site interviewed our own Justin Blades in their preview of the Canadiens. [Copper and Blue]
  • Jan Mysak shared his thanks for the support fans have showed him at the World Juniors. [Instagram]
  • Some thoughts after the Canadiens’ first day of training camp. [The Athletic]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Sidney Crosby thinks his Penguins will be highly motivated coming into this season, and a healthy amount of that motivation comes from their early exit in last year’s playoffs. [NHL]
  • Alexander Ovechkin says there’ll be plenty of time to negotiate his next contract. [NHL]
  • Patrik Laine is at Jets camp, and doesn’t want talks of a possible trade to become a distraction for himself or his teammates. [Sportsnet]
  • As camps open, there’s no word about if/when Jonathan Towes will be able to join. [Yahoo Sports]