Friday Habs Headlines: Teenage days are over for Victor Mete

In today’s links, looking at Victor Mete’s future, wondering who Marc Bergevin should jettison, and why hockey players don’t say “I.”

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Teenage days are over for Victor Mete. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Three underperforming Canadiens that Marc Bergevin should consider moving. [The Hockey Writers]
  • Brendan Gallagher and Shea Weber put their knowledge of NHL logos to the test. []
  • Zach Fucale does not appear to be in the future plans of the Canadiens. [RDS]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Washington Capitals have won the Stanley Cup. [Japers’ Rink]
  • Bruce Bennett, as he usually does, captured the feeling perfectly:/
  • Alex Ovechkin claimed the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP. []
  • Ovechkin had been dedicated to chicken parm this post-season. [ESPN]
  • Why hockey players don’t say “I”. [ESPN]
  • Running down the latest trade and contract rumours around the league. [The Hockey Writers]
  • Why does the NHL still struggle to break the colour barrier? [The Athletic]
  • Vegas’ pre-game productions are forcing teams around the league to up their entertainment game. [The Athletic]
  • Bruce McNall, the man who made hockey “cool.” [Sportsnet]/

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