Tuesday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher is the Canadiens’ King Clancy Memorial Trophy nominee

In today’s links, Gallagher gets recognized for his work in the community, Josh Brook has a lot of motivation for next season, personnel changes in the West, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Brendan Gallagher has been named the Canadiens’ nominee for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy. [NHL.com]
  • Here’s a sample of his work in the community:/
  • Josh Brook is disappointed with how the Moose Jaw Warriors’ season ended after such a promising start, and is determined to have a better result in 2018-19. [Discover Moose Jaw]
  • We’ve begun our 2018 draft profiles. If you missed it yesterday, we kicked things off with the man who will go first overall: Rasmus Dahlin. [EOTP]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • After playing him closely in a six-game series, P.K. Subban stated he believes Nathan MacKinnon should be the one to win the Hart Trophy. [TSN]
  • Chuck Fletcher will not have his contract renewed with the Minnesota Wild next season:/
  • Five reasons why the Wild parted ways with their general manager. [Hockey Wilderness]
  • The Colorado Avalanche have extended the contract of head coach Jared Bednar for another season. [Mile High Hockey]
  • After several days of speculation, Bill Peters was hired as the new head coach of the Calgary Flames. [Matchsticks & Gasoline]
  • Ten goons and a Gretzky. The story of the mob-linked Danbury Trashers. [The Atlantic]
  • ECHL referee Andrea Barone is hoping to officiate in the NHL, but the abuse he faces for being gay makes it an even more daunting task. [The New York Times]
  • More than two weeks after the accident, two people involved in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash are out of critical condition. [Sportsnet]/

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