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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Cole Caufield wants to continue to prove the doubters wrong

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In today’s links, Cole Caufield has a lot more to give, Corey Perry was almost claimed on waivers, and Rene Robert passes away.

Montreal Canadiens v Vegas Golden Knights - Game Five Photo by Jeff Bottari/NHLI via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Cole Caufield is certainly not shying away from the challenge of proving people wrong. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Are the Canadiens ticking the boxes that they need to for an upset? [TSN]
  • Looking at how the Habs and the Vegas Golden Knights score their goals. [Sportsnet]
  • Corey Perry apparently fielded some attention from other clubs when he was placed on waivers earlier this season—attention that was deflected by his agent. [RDS | The Athletic]
  • The fans believe that the Canadiens have a chance — if the referees do their jobs. [La Presse]
  • The series has proven very special for Montrealers living in Las Vegas. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Luke Richardson continues to be inspired by his late daughter Daron. [ProHockeyTalk]
  • Marc Bergevin finished second in the vote for General Manager of the Year, won by the Islanders’ Lou Lamoriello, claiming the most first-place votes:

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Buffalo Sabres legend Rene Robert has died at the age of 72. [TSN]
  • Where are the players that made up the Golden Knights’ original expansion draft roster now? [Sportsnet]
  • Scott Wheeler’s top 100 prospect ranking for 2021. [The Athletic]
  • How the Chicago Blackhawks became a powerhouse at signing European free agents. [The Athletic]
  • Team Canada is the first para hockey team to clinch a spot at the Beijing 2022 Paralympics. [CBC]
  • Henrik and Daniel Sedin are returning to the Vancouver Canucks organization as Special Advisors to the General Manager. [Sportsnet]
  • How Chandler Stephenson went from a depth player with the Capitals to the top centre for Vegas. [The Hockey News]
  • Could Frederik Andersen and Devan Dubnyk be available at below-market rates? [The Hockey News]