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Wednesday Habs Headlines: A poker game with Price?

In today’s links, the pros and cons of Carey Price being selected by Seattle, introducing the new coach of the Laval Rocket, and heading closer to the expansion draft.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Is exposing Carey Price to Seattle merely a bluff? [La Presse | The Athletic]
  • The Seattle Kraken face a bigger risk with Price than the Canadiens, says Stu Cowan. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Eric Engels says that Phillip Danault is “highly unlikely” to return to the Habs. [Sportsnet]
  • Jean-François Houle’s route to the Laval Rocket head coach position hasn’t always been forward. [RDS]
  • “The Rocket will be fast and relentless”, says the new bench boss. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • Are the Canadiens interested in Mike Hoffman? [RDS]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • “All I wanted was a heartfelt apology”: The woman who was victimized by NHL Draft prospect Logan Mailloux speaks out. [The Athletic]
  • A chip on his shoulder: Vladimir Tarasenko’s doctor says disgruntled Blues star is healthy and motivated. [The Athletic]
  • Another day, another mock expansion draft. [ESPN | RDS | The Athletic]
  • Yannick Weber retires from the NHL after 13 seasons, but will continue his career in Switzerland. []
  • A study says the NHLer with the most negative impressions on social media is Tom Wilson. [The Hockey News]
  • Reliving the Vegas Golden Knights expansion draft with then-GM George McPhee. [The Hockey News]
  • The OHL will demand that players, staff, and billet families be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. [TSN]
  • The schedule for the 2021-22 season will be released on Thursday, although Olympic participation is not confirmed yet. [TSN]
  • The Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA) and a pain management researcher in Montreal have received funding to study the use of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs in amateur and professional sports. [TSN]