Saturday Habs Headlines: Michel Therrien impressed thus far by Alexander Radulov

Here are your daily links, including Michel Therrien’s comments on training camp and the performance of Alexander Radulov, and how Saku Koivu can relate to the pressure facing Max Pacioretty.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Head coach Michel Therrien was happy with what he saw from his players during yesterday’s scrimmage, while Alexander Radulov was impressed with the Montreal crowd. [La Presse]
  • While Therrien may have an idea of what the team’s top six forwards will look like come October, that doesn’t mean there aren’t spots up for grabs in camp. [RDS]
  • Somewhat overlooked for those spots - for whatever reason - has been Charles Hudon, who is simply focused on doing his best. [RDS]
  • If there is anyone who can relate to the type of pressure Max Pacioretty is facing, it is most certainly Saku Koivu. []
  • Speaking of Koivu, the former Habs captain has been enjoying his retirement after spending nearly two decades in the NHL. [WCH]
  • In typical fashion, Andrei Markov kept reporters on their toes during the World Cup: /
  • Among those immortalized by Canada Post on a 2016 Hockey Night Heroes stamp will be Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur. []
  • Prospect Victor Mete was in action last night, and back to his usual self/
  • We’re looking for contributors to help with the site this season! [EOTP]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Against all the odds, Team North America’s push to qualify for the semi-finals was the highlight of the World Cup of Hockey’s round robin and will be a lasting memory. [The Star]
  • Arpon Basu takes a look back at Manon Rheaume - who, in 1992, dealt a giant blow to the gender barrier in North American professional sports. []
  • ESPN and Rogers may be together revolutionizing the way we watch hockey on TV with the virtual board advertisements on display at the World Cup. [Puck Daddy]
  • The beauty of Phil Kessel’s tweet, digging at Team USA’s failure without him, is in the fact that he finally retaliated against his doubters. [Today’s Slapshot]
  • The Dallas Stars are dealing with every NHL club’s nightmare as three of their players - including Tyler Seguin - are now dealing with injury issues suffered at the World Cup. [PHT]/

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