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Thursday Habs Headlines: Back at full strength, Josh Anderson is eager to show his new team what he can do

In today’s links, after missing 13 months of hockey due to injury Anderson is happy to be back, the Rocket will call the Bell Centre home this season, Bergevin’s impressive draft picks, and more.

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

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Back at full strength after sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury in December 2019, Josh Anderson is eager to get on the ice with his new team. [NHL]
  • Here’s what Anderson, Tyler Toffoli, and Joel Edmundson had to say after day four of training camp. [NHL]
  • The Laval Rocket will be relocating to Montreal to play an all-Canadian division this season at the Bell Centre. [Montreal Gazette]
  • If the 2021 World Juniors showed us anything, it’s that Marc Bergevin did a pretty good job with his recent draft picks. [The Hockey Writers]
  • Geoff Molson gives his condolences regarding the passing of Marc Verreault, the founder of the Canadiens’ Alumni Tour and the Hockey Legends games:

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Four notable statements made by key players of the Edmonton Oilers during training camp. [The Hockey Writers]
  • After suffering a hamstring injury during a team scrimmage on Monday, Zemgus Girgensons is expected to miss the entire season after requiring surgery. [Sportsnet]
  • Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Travis Dermott may currently be on the outside of the top six looking in, but he’s confident he can make his way back. [TSN]
  • Tukka Rask is in his final year of contract with the Boston Bruins, and the 33-year-old goaltender has no interest in going anywhere else. [NHL]
  • After winning the Vezina Trophy last season, Winnipeg Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck has his sights set on bringing home a different trophy this year. [NHL]