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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Vegas or Colorado?

In today’s links, looking ahead to the third round, the Habs vets are making the most of this opportunity, and wondering what’s next in Winnipeg and Vancouver.

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Vegas Golden Knights v Colorado Avalanche - Game Five Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Vegas or Colorado: who should the Habs cheer for? [TSN]
  • Regardless of opponent, the Canadiens’ next challenge will be unlike any they’ve faced so far. [RDS]
  • This win belongs as much to Dominique Ducharme as anyone else. [Radio-Canada]
  • Montreal’s offensive zone pressure was pivotal to overwhelming both the Winnipeg Jets and Toronto Maple Leafs. [The Hockey Tactics Newsletter]
  • Have the Forum ghosts finally arrived at the Bell Centre? [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Canadiens’ playoff run is evoking memories of 1993. []
  • The final team to enter the post-season is now the first to enter the final four. [CBC]
  • Carey Price shared a moment with Geraldine Lee Shingoose, an activist and residential school survivor, prior to game 2 in Winnipeg. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • For Price and fellow veteran Shea Weber, the time is now. [The Athletic]
  • Sean Farrell has been named USHL MVP. [On Tap Sports Net]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • London-native Nazem Kadri speaks about the anti-Islamic attack in his hometown. [Sportsnet]
  • Every possible Stanley Cup Finals matchup: ranked. [The Athletic]
  • What the Seattle Kraken can learn from the Vegas Golden Knights as the expansion draft approaches. [The Athletic]
  • What’s next for the Winnipeg Jets? [The Athletic]
  • When it comes to Tyler Toffoli, Montreal’s gain is Vancouver’s pain. [Daily Hive]
  • Bob Hartley has been named KHL Coach of the Year. [RDS]
  • Matthew Dumba, Oskar Lindblom, and Patrick Marleau are this year’s nominees for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. [The Hockey News]