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Tuesday Habs Headliens: New Hire

Habs hire Adam Douglas, roundups of the off-season so far, a whole net full of goalie signings, Cooper to coach Team Canada in Beijing, Mike Lange retires, what’s ahead for Evander Kane, and more in today’s links.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • The Canadiens hire Adam Douglas as Director of Sports Science and Performance. [Twitter | Canadiens]
  • A few former Habs, and one new one, are on the list of best bargain contracts signed this year. [NBC Sports]
  • Do NHLers want to play in Canada? [TSN]
  • In case you missed a few signings, you can check them all out here. [NBC Sports | NHL]
  • Grading every team’s off-season. [ESPN]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • 2022 eligible players and their performances at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup. [The Athletic]
  • Is Ottawa going to be strong enough in goal this season? [TSN]
  • Kirill Kaprizov supposedly has a lucrative deal from CSKA Moscow on the table. [TVA | The Athletic]
  • Jon Cooper named head coach for Team Canada for Beijing. [TSN | Sportsnet | NHL ]
  • Hart signs bridge deal with Flyers. [TSN | Sportsnet]
  • Speaking of goalies, Igor Shesterkin re-signs with the Rangers. [Sportsnet | NBC Sports]
  • Ross Colton signs a bridge deal with Tampa Bay. [NHL]
  • Mike Lange retires after 46 years of covering the Penguins. [NBC Sports | NHL | The Athletic]
  • What lies ahead for Evander Kane? [Hockey News]