Sunday Habs Headlines: Joël Bouchard has proven he’d be a great addition to the Canadiens organization

In today’s links, Joël Bouchard’s unique experiences, Price is staying busy this summer, speculation on a potential management change for the Islanders, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Joël Bouchard’s work with the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada shows that he’s ready for the professional management ranks, and he’d be a great addition to the Canadiens organization. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Carey Price has had his hands full with a different type of training this offseason. [Montreal Gazette]
  • If Marc Bergevin fails to make any big moves in the near future, his team won’t be able to match up with this year’s conference finalists. [Journal De Montreal]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Mike Fisher has re-retired after un-retiring earlier this season. [Sportsnet]
  • Boston Bruins forward David Backes has had plenty of experience dealing with concussions, and continues to pursue hockey despite the risks. [Boston Globe]
  • Frans Nielsen is enjoying having home ice advantage, something he didn’t think would even be possible even five years ago. [NHL]
  • Would former Leafs GM Lou Lamoriello be a good fit with the New York Islanders? [Newsday]
  • The Las Vegas Golden Knights improbable playoff run is something to behold. [New York Post]
  • The National Aboriginal Hockey Championships holds a special significance for indigenous hockey players. [CBC]/

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