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Sunday Habs Headlines: “We must not forget that we are only halfway there”

In today’s links, there’s still a lot of hockey left to play, the impact of the new additions, previewing the third-series, and the NHL Awards schedule.

2019 NHL Draft - Round One Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • As good as it is for the Canadiens to get this far, the job is far from complete. [CTV]
  • Jake Evans, Jeff Petry, and Jon Merrill may not play Game in Las Vegas, but they are all close to returning, and will make the trip. [Sportsnet]
  • The new additions are a big reason why Montreal has advanced to the third round. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Serge Savard believes the Canadiens have become a team. [Le Droit]
  • Is it starting to feel like 1993 again? [CBC]
  • Breaking down the Habs vs. Golden Knights matchup. []
  • Carey Price has been the MVP of the team so far. []
  • There will be a lot of things that have to turn in Montreal’s favour to overcome the Vegas Golden Knights. [TSN]
  • But are the odds really as long as most pundits seem to believe? [Sportsnet]
  • The list of officials who will cover the Stanley Cup Semifinals. [Scouting The Refs]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Could Rod Brind’Amour be the coach of the Seattle Kraken in the their inaugural season? [Seattle Times]
  • Duncan Keith didn’t have a good season in Chicago. How can the Blackhawks get things turned around for him? [Second City Hockey]
  • Rather than hosting an awards show during a compressed off-season, this year’s trophy-winners will be revealed starting in the coming week. []