Monday Habs Headlines: The prospect assessment tool

Here are your daily links including the prospect assessment tool, Draft talk, and remembering 1993

Montreal News and Notes

  • The Canadiens’ scouting staff make use of a brand new personality assessment tool to prepare themselves for their meetings with 88 prospects. [NHL]
  • Trevor Timmins is out to prove that the issue with the Habs lies in their development rather than drafting. [RDS]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski discusses Brady Tkachuk as a realistic Habs’ draft target, the Stanley Cup playoffs and more. [TSN]
  • Lars Eller and Devante Smith-Pelly aren’t the only former Canadiens looking to win a championship this season, Brian Flynn is in the AHL Calder Cup Final. [Montreal Gazette]
  • A look at the two top-end centres the Habs should consider with third pick. [TSN]
  • Kirk Muller recalls the race for the 24th Stanley Cup... and the bizarre water battle ritual. [NHL]
  • It was a victory that nobody saw coming after the Canadiens started the 1992-93 season on their heels. [RDS]
  • In a 1993 flashback, as the Habs prepared for Game 2, Guy Carbonneau wanted to be the one to neutralize the Great One. [Montreal Gazette]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Edmonton Oilers have decided to keep Keegan Lowe around./
  • Wonder Woman puts aside her golden lasso to “Rock the Red” for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final. [NHL]
  • It may have taken 100 games, but cracks are finally starting to show in the Vegas Golden Knights armour. [Sportsnet]
  • It’s far from over, but the Knights are already seen as a success on many levels. [NHL]
  • Wayne Gretzky is joined by Jon Hamm for episode two of “The Great One on One”. [NHL]/

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