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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Moving on against the odds

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Montreal wins game seven and advances, Marie-Philip Poulin’s dominance, Kadri’s suspension upheld, Reaves suspended, and more in today’s links

NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Montreal Canadiens at Toronto Maple Leafs Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Against all odds, Montreal overcomes. Again. They’re making something of a tradition of this. [TSN]
  • Carey Price showed exactly why he’s worth the big bucks, and just how important Danault has been. [Canadiens]
  • With only one more series before a single Canadian team emerges victorious to face their American counterpart, the NHL is considering its options. [Yahoo Sports | NBC Sports]
  • Marie-Philip Poulin is still the best of the best. [Sportsnet]
  • Marek and Friedman talk all things hockey, including a chat with Steve Dangle about the Habs/Leafs series, and the PWHPA Secret Dream Gap Tour. [Sportsnet]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Vancouver Canucks honored the 215 Indigenous children from the Kamloops residential school. [TSN]
  • Looking back on another painful Leafs early exit. [TSN | Sportsnet | Sportsnet |
  • Grading the Leafs. [The Athletic]
  • A prophetic look ahead at what ended up being the elimination game for Toronto. Because it was Toronto, so of course it went this way. [The Athletic]
  • The healthcare workers who were in attendance at Scotiabank Arena view the opportunity to be in person as a sign of things to come. [TSN]
  • Nazem Kadri’s eight game suspension is upheld. [Yahoo Sports | TSN]
  • Ryan Reaves ejected (and later suspended) for his actions against Ryan Graves. [Yahoo Sports | NBC Sports | NHL]
  • Previewing what might be next for the players and teams which have already been eliminated. [ESPN]
  • Canada beats Italy for their third straight win at the World Championship. [TVA]