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Tuesday Habs Headlines: The Board is Set

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Cayden Primeau, Jake Allen, and Samuel Montembeault will be sharing the net for Montreal. [La Presse]
  • Breaking down the Habs’ thought process behind their roster choices. [The Athletic]
  • Being placed on waivers doesn’t mean that Joel Armia’s time in Montreal is over. [Montreal Gazette]
  • It’s no secret that Montreal’s power play needs to get better. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Best and worst case scenarios for all 32 NHL teams this season. [ESPN]
  • Jordan Harris stops by to surprise some fans around Montreal. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • In a league that is always looking for the next big thing, Sidney Crosby is still the gold standard. [TSN]
  • Crosby, Malkin, and Letang will set a sports record when the season opens. [TVA]
  • 32 Thoughts previews the season. [Sportsnet]
  • If you were looking for a list of players on PTOs, look no further. [NHL]
  • The NHL has reportedly banned Pride Tape this season. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Can this version of the Oilers finally hoist the Cup? [Sportsnet]
  • Who better than Vegas to go the extra mile on their Cup rings? [NHL]
  • Jake Guentzel hopes that, if he’s healthy enough to be in the lineup for the opener, it won’t be his last in Pittsburgh. [The Athletic]
  • All eyes will be on Connor Bedard, but there are other Calder possibilities out there. [Sportsnet]
  • Fraser Minten’s dream is coming true with the Leafs, and it was hard earned. [TSN | The Athletic]
  • It’s time for Bruins rookie Matthew Poitras to find a house in Boston. [TSN]Yet another vital season is about to begin for Toronto. [Sportsnet]
  • Matt Murray will be out for 6-8 weeks. [Sportsnet]
  • Ville Heinola will be out at least eight weeks for the Jets. [TSN]
  • Connor Helebuyck and Mark Scheifele have signed extensions to stay in Winnipeg. [NHL | CBC]
  • The Sabres sign Rasmus Dahlin for eight years. [NHL | TSN]
  • The Flames hope that a complete change will help propel them through the playoffs. [TSN]
  • The Kraken know they won’t be able to catch the NHL unawares anymore. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Vancouver hopes that a measured and steady approach will serve them well. [TSN]
  • Taylor Hall is looking forward to his first NHL season as a dad. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Nashville’s mayor has declared that October 10th will be “Nashville Predators Golden Pride Day”. [NHL]