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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Dissecting the free-agent moves so far

In today’s links, dissecting how Marc Bergevin has done in free agency thus far, profiling William Trudeau, and Rick DiPietro talks about life during and after hockey.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Marc Dumont dissects the Habs offseason moves. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • Kaiden Guhle is back on the ice after missing almost the entire WHL season. [Prince Albert Daily Herald]
  • How William Trudeau went from throwaway QMJHL trade piece to Canadiens draft selection. [The Athletic]
  • Martin Laperrière talks about making the jump from the Quebec Remparts to the Laval Rocket. [RDS]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Rick DiPietro talks about life after hockey, dealing with pressure, and that contract. [The Athletic]
  • Yanni Gourde is excited to start a new chapter in Seattle, even if he won’t personally take the ice on opening night. [Sportsnet]
  • Ex-prospect Gabriel Gagné is facing charges for sexual offences that occurred in Trois-Rivières and Montmagny in 2016. [RDS]
  • The PWHPA announced their official plans for the 2021-22 season. [The Hockey News]
  • Evander Kane is taking voluntary leave as the NHL investigates allegations that he bet on NHL games. [TSN]
  • The town of Stonewall, Manitoba is holding the first “Save Pond Hockey” event in Canada, designed to engage climate action discussions. [Portage Online]