Thursday Habs Headlines: Bob McKenzie — “Everything and anything” possible at deadline for Canadiens

Here are your daily links, including possibilities for the trade deadline, Claude Julien’s anniversary, looking to the future, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Heading into the trade deadline, Bob McKenzie believes “everything and anything” is possible for the Habs. [TSN 690]
  • On Monday night, Montreal goalie prospect Cayden Primeau backstopped the Northeastern Huskies to their first Beanpot title since 1988. [Canadiens]
  • The Canadiens might be looking rough on the back end, but they also have quite a few promising young forwards to fuel hope for the future. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Valentine’s Day marked one year since Claude Julien came back to Montreal. [Canadiens]
  • Despite setbacks, Nikita Scherbak has continued to improve this season, especially in his own end. [The Athletic]
  • Charlie Lindgren’s new contract could be a huge benefit ... to Carey Price. [The Athletic]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • As the preliminary round wraps up, here’s a look at the history of Canadian women’s Olympic hockey. [Yahoo Sports]
  • The Penguins are among teams who could have an interest in Tomas Plekanec at the deadline. [PensBurgh]
  • With Cory Schneider looking to already be past his prime, is it time for the Devils to worry about goaltending? [All About the Jersey]
  • The San Jose Sharks’ sister site has everything you need to know about 2018 draft-eligible Finnish player Jesperi Kotkaniemi. [Fear The Fin]/

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