Monday Habs Headlines: Can Charles Hudon make a difference?

Here are your daily links including can Hudon make a difference, Gallagher’s Mother’s Day wish, and Plekanec on top in World Championship

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Andrew Zadarnowski joins Habs Breakfast to talk playoffs and discusses if young Charles Hudon would have made a difference if he was in the lineup. [TSN]
  • Even though Tomas Plekanec and newcomer, Jakub Jerabek, were held off the scoresheet, the Czech Republic are now atop Group B in the World Hockey Championship. [NHL]
  • On May 14, 1964, Jean Beliveau took home the Hart Trophy for the second time. [Twitter]
  • After five season with the AHL, former St. John’s IceCap, Morgan Ellis will be joining an old teammate, Bud Holloway, in the SHL. [Expressen]
  • Happy Mother’s Day to all the hockey moms from Les Canadiennes. [Twitter]
  • Brendan Gallagher gives a Mothers Day shout-out and tells it like it is!/
  • Jordie and Jamie Benn’s mother will always be looking out for her boys: /

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • It may seem as if Bobby Ryan has it pretty good, but it’s his Monday appointments that help him with his troubled past and focus on his happily ever after. [Sportsnet]
  • Mother’s Day for Senators’ Ryan and Craig Anderson take on a more special meaning this year. [NHL]
  • Jon Puskar of the ECHL’s Utah Grizzlies, reflects on why he thinks he hit the “Mom Jackpot.” [ECHL]
  • After a season where the Washington Capitals had almost everything going their way but how good will they be after changes are made before next season? [Fanrag Sports]
  • Nashville GM David Poile was never one to shy away from risk taking, and his plans just may take his team to the Stanley Cup final. [Sportsnet]
  • During a trip to Disney World, Brent Burns was reunited with a family member from a galaxy far, far away:/

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