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Saturday Habs Headlines: Tantalizing Potential

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Cole Caufield has a decent chance of being the Habs’ first 40-goal scorer since Vinny Damphousse. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Harald Reinbacher looks back on David’s road to his dream of playing in the NHL. [The Athletic]
  • Doctor David Mulder saw a lot in his 60+ years with the Canadiens. [Montreal Gazette]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Michael Andlauer brings Steve Staios on as team president of the Sens. The pair hope to duplicate their two OHL championship success in the NHL. [CBC | TSN | Sportsnet | NHL]
  • John Klingberg is day-to-day for the Leafs. [TSN]
  • Examining how the Penguins might deploy Erik Karlsson and Kris Letang. [Sportsnet]
  • Leafs prospect Roni Hirvonen will wear number 33 in honor of his father who recently passed away from brain cancer. [The Athletic]
  • Ivan Miroshnichenko is relishing the experience of learning from Alex Ovechkin. [NHL]
  • The Blue Jackets claimed Spencer Martin from Vancouver. [TSN | Sportsnet]
  • Kori Cheverie and Jessica Campbell made history as the first and second women to coach at the NHL level when Cheverie joined the Penguins as a guest coach and Campbell was with the Kraken in the preseason. [TSN]
  • After their first round exit following a historic regular season, and the retirement of Patrice Bergeron, Boston is determined that they’ll be back and just as good this season. [ESPN]
  • Sydney becomes Hockeyville. [NHL]
  • The stakes are different for the various Leafs prospects. [Sportsnet]
  • Mats Zuccarello and Nick Foligno both extended by the Wild. [Yahoo Sports | NHL | NHL]
  • The Lightning will be without Andrei Vasilevskiy but Jon Cooper is confident his team can make it through the two months he is expected to be without. [Sportsnet]
  • Igor Shesterkin hopes that being less mentally hard on himself will help him play better and enjoy the season more. [NHL]
  • The Eastern Conference is likely to be entertainingly chaotic when it comes to the playoff picture this year. [The Athletic]