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My bloodstream is half coffee, I'm always up for a good Netflix binge-watch whenever a little downtime comes along, and I'm a goalie-lover. I became a hockey fan when I stumbled on this incredible goalie who was stopping pucks left and right for Team Canada during the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Once the gold medal was won, and the mystery man was unmasked, I officially became a Carey Price fan. Shortly after, I became a Habs fan. From there I quickly discovered that I'm a goalie gal. I'm in awe of their skills (depending on the team they backstop for, of course). I'm lucky enough to have an outlet for my passion as a columnist for Habs Eyes on the Prize, leading the charge with AHL coverage and occasionally poking my nose in some Montreal Canadiens news. I mean, I have to keep a close eye on Carey Price...for the readers

Draft profile: Ty Nelson has skill, but needs time to develop

Nelson may be a shorter defenceman, but his skating and puck-handling skills let him have an impact in other ways.

Links: Cayden Primeau’s wake-up call came at the perfect time

In today’s links, Primeau’s wake-up call worked, Wright to meet with the Canadiens at combine, Armia and Anderson don’t leave the Worlds empty-handed, Spezza retires and joins the management club, and more.

Links: Adam Nicholas says when it comes to development, “mindset unlocks skill set”

In today’s links, Canadiens’ director of hockey development aims to maximize assets, Habs heading to the IIHF semi-finals, when will St. Louis officially be head coach and for how long, and more.

Draft profile: Kevin Korchinski is a high-risk, high-reward blue-liner

It wouldn’t be a shock to see this offensive defenceman be one of the first ones off the board.

Links: Martin St. Louis’ head coach status expected to be announced soon

In today’s links, St. Louis soon to become a permanent part of the Habs, Farrell is loving life, why Hughes should stick with Wright, McDavid’s in playoff beast mode, and more.

Links: Michael Pezzetta got to “live out his dreams” and appreciates the fan support

In today’s links, Pezzetta thanks fans for their support last season, the time’s not right for the Habs to sign Letang, Kidney signed to an ATO, Binnington versus Kadri, and more.

Links: Prepping for two World Juniors in a span of five months

In today’s links, Armia scores in Finland’s latest win, the challenges of organizing two World Juniors back-to-back, 14-year-old drafted first overall in WHL draft, and more.

Links: Cayden Primeau impresses during first round of playoffs

In today’s links, Primeau hits his stride during playoffs, where will Petry end up and what can the Habs get for him, Armia picks up another point at the Worlds, the new Battle of Alberta begins, and more.

Links: Cole Caufield navigates the highs and lows of pro hockey

In today’s links, what Caufield has learned in his short time with the pros, times when the Habs bounced back from a bad season, no discipline for Zadorov, a women’s hockey tournament in St. John’s brings all ages together, and more.

Links: Cayden Primeau thriving after Jake Allen’s advice

In today’s links, Primeau thriving after Allen’s advice, Hoffman throws a gala to raise hospital funds, Armia and Anderson tally points in the first game of the World Championships, Boudreau is back, and more.