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Saturday Habs Headlines: Kaiden Guhle to play for Canada

Oct 28, 2023; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Kaiden Guhle (21), first star of the night, skates saluting the crowd after the end of the game at Bell Centre. | Credit: David Kirouac-USA TODAY Sports

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Team Canada’s roster has been announced for the 2024 IIHF World Championship. [Sportsnet]
  • Todd Reirden has been fired by the Penguins. [TSN | Sportsnet]
  • This year’s Leafs have elevated instead of crumbling under pressure. [NHL]
  • Boston is on the brink of being eliminated in seven games once again. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Auston Matthews is improving but no decision has been made about Game 7. [TSN | NHL | Sportsnet]
  • Max Domi’s ability to play in multiple situations and positions has been very important for the Leafs. [NHL]
  • Jim Montgomery calls out David Pastrnak after Game 6. [Sportsnet]
  • Breaking down why Vancouver has struggled to generate offense against Nashville. [Sportsnet]
  • Lou Lamoriello and Patrick Roy will be back for the Islanders next season. [NHL | Sportsnet]
  • Rick Tocchet, Andrew Brunette, and Rick Bowness are this year’s Jack Adams finalists. [Sportsnet | TSN]
  • The Canucks’ game reflects the man at the helm. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Connor Bedard, Adam Fantilli, and Macklin Celebrini will all dress for Canada at the World Championship. [NHL | CBC]
  • The Leafs victory, Carolina, coaching updates, and more in the most recent 32 Thoughts. [Sportsnet]
  • Anze Kopitar has two more years with the Kings, but is contemplating retirement at the end of that time. [NHL | Sportsnet]
  • Val Nichushkin is doing well on and off the ice these days. [TSN]
  • After watching his team from the sidelines last year, Andrei Svechnikov is making an impact. [TSN]
  • Pierre-Luc Dubois vows that he will do everything in his power to improve upon a lackluster season. [Sportsnet]
  • What should the Kings do with Dubois? [Sportsnet]
  • The hockey world converged on St. John’s to pay their respects to Bob Cole. [CBC | Yahoo Sports]

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