Wednesday Habs Headlines: Odds seem to be in Artturi Lehkonen’s favour

Here are your daily links, including Artturi Lehkonen’s chances of making the Habs, predicting Montreal’s future, and the difficulties of being a GM.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Artturi Lehkonen has survived each round of cuts so far, and his odds of making the team only continue to increase. [La Presse]
  • How will the Canadiens fare next season? Well, it all depends on Carey Price. [SN | CBC | Puck Daddy]
  • But the Montreal Canadiens are still expected to be among the best teams in the East this year. [USA Today]
  • Carey Price showed little signs of rust at the World Cup and was absolutely dominant as he helped lead Team Canada to victory. [JDM]
  • Memories from last season continue to linger with Stefan Matteau’s cut from the team. [MG]/

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford touched on the difficulties of his job and how he managed to assemble a Stanley Cup winning roster. [TPT]
  • With a new hockey season just around the corner, remember to keep these New Season's Resolutions in mind. [Down Goes Brown | SN]
  • As the NHL increasingly becoming a young man's game, it shouldn’t be a surprise to see more 18 and 19 year olds cracking NHL rosters. [TSN]
  • Colorado Avalanche players Gabriel Landeskog and Tyson Barrie got creative when interacting with their fans. [FB]
  • After spending 17 seasons in the league, defenseman Dan Boyle is set to retire. [NHL]
  • The Toronto Blue Jays will be heading to the ALDS! [Toronto Star]/

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