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Saturday Habs Headlines: Looking Forward

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Cayden Primeau is looking forward to his future with Montreal. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The argument for keeping Mike Matheson after a career year. [The Athletic]
  • Montreal’s PWHL team will play it’s playoff games at Place Bell. [Radio-Canada | Montreal Gazette]
  • Montreal is in, but their goal is to claim the top seed and avoid a first round meeting with Toronto. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Marie-Philip Poulin, Natalie Spooner, Alex Carpenter, and Brianne Jenner are in a four-way race for the scoring title. [Montreal Gazette]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The NHL Draft Lottery will occur on May 7th. [Sportsnet |TVA]
  • The PWHL announces the creation of two more trophies for the most valuable regular season and post season players. [La Presse]
  • Luke and Sophia Kunin are chasing the pro-hockey dream together. [The Athletic]
  • Bob Cole was a Newfoundlander to the core. [The Montreal Gazette]
  • Cole’s legacy an the future of sports broadcasting. [Radio-Canada]
  • William Nylander was cagey about his absence, but is excited to be back in time to help his team. [TSN]
  • As Habs fans have good cause to know, playoff time is Artturi Lehkonen’s time. [Denver Post]
  • Another team enters the league, and it is still not in Quebec. [Radio-Canada]
  • The most recent episode of 32 Thoughts covers playoff topics and other news around the league. [Sportsnet]
  • The Leafs’ special teams are killing them. [TSN]
  • The Lightning’s season is clinging to life by a thread. [TSN]

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