Tuesday Habs Headlines: Au Revoir, Pacioretty

In today’s news, reaction from the Pacioretty trade keeps coming, a closer look at Nick Suzuki, Weber updates his health, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • A day after the Canadiens dealt Max Pacioretty, what’s left on this roster and what could we expect to see this season? [TSN]
  • Pacioretty embraced the role of captain, and understood what it truly meant to be a leader despite the drama and pressure of the position. [NHL]
  • First P.K. Subban, now Pacioretty. Should fans be concerned about Carey Price’s future in Montreal? [TSN]
  • The Canadiens paid tribute to their captain in a heartfelt goodbye:/
  • Nick Suzuki could be the defining piece of the deal, and he’s a talent fans should be excited for. [Sportsnet]
  • Captaincy is now at the forefront of the Canadiens to-do list. [Sportsnet]
  • Speaking of potential captains: Weber gave an update on his recovery. [NHL]
  • Michael McCarron is the final Habs RFA to sign an extension with the club/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • What does Pacioretty mean for his new club in Vegas? [SB Nation]
  • George McPhee was quick to sign his new forward to an extension:/
  • The Golden Knights will not go with a captain this season despite acquiring a former NHL one in the trade. [theScore]
  • John Tavares believes William Nylander will attend Leafs camp, despite issues with contract negotiations. [NHL]/

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