Saturday Habs Headlines: A sense of urgency for the Canadiens

Your daily links, including a look at what the Habs need to do this summer, more Galchenyuk speculation, a possible Rocket lineup and much more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Scott Cullen looks at what the Canadiens need to do this off season. [TSN]
  • The 2016-17 season was derailed by injuries for Alex Galchenyuk. [Canadiens]
  • Brian Wilde joins Tony Marinaro and expresses his confidence that Galchenyuk will be dealt by Montreal. [TSN 690]
  • All twelve of Andrew Shaw’s Habs goals this year:/
  • The Habs will head East to play two pre-season games in Quebec City next season. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Our Andrew Zadarnowski takes a look at a probable lineup for the Laval Rocket. [EOTP]
  • Jacob De la Rose has shown flashes of potential as a complete two-way player, so why has he yet to secure a full time job in Montreal? [Journal de Montréal]
  • Maurice Richard will always be a significant name in NHL history, but it will soon be erased from the Stanley Cup. [NESN]
  • Habs’ strength and conditioning coach Pierre Allard shares his tips on setting up a home gym. [Canadiens]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • TSN’s Frank Seravalli narrows down the list of possible Conn Smythe winners to the top five. [TSN]
  • Analyzing Brian Burke’s suggestion that if nothing happens in Calgary for a new arena, the Flames could move to Quebec City. [La Presse]
  • Elsewhere in Alberta, Crossiron Mills hosts the World’s biggest street hockey tournament. [CBC]
  • Cleveland Monsters’ Ryan Craig is moving to Las Vegas for an assistant coaching job. [Patrick Williams]
  • 16 years ago Friday, Ray Bourque hoisted Lord Stanley’s mug as a champion with the Colorado Avalanche. The hall-of-famer still gets emotional about it. [NHL]/

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