1. Habs Headlines: Anything could happen if Canadiens added to post-season  Habs Eyes on the Prize
  2. Legault Had Some Awkward Advice For The Habs While Giving Out Masks In Montreal Today  MTL Blog
  3. Montreal Canadiens' Marc Bergevin Replacements  The Hockey Writers
  4. “We ran out of magic”: A look back at 2010 Habs-Flyers series  Habs Eyes on the Prize
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In today’s links, how a Habs-Pens series could go in any direction, profiling Yannick Veilleux, and the NHL and NHLPA are getting closer to a return-to-play agreement.In today’s links, how a Habs-Pens series could go in any direction, profiling Yannick Veilleux, and the NHL and NHLPA are getting closer to a return-to-play agreement.

Habs Headlines: Anything could happen if Canadiens added to post-season - Eyes On The Prize

The Montreal Canadiens have their fair share of naysayers and it sounds like the province's Premier was forced to eat his words in front of Shea Weber.Quebec premier thought it would be good to trade Shea Weber. At a daily press conference yesterday, Quebec Premier Francois Legault mentioned that Shea Web...

Canadiens: Shea Weber Gets Premier Back For Wanting Him Traded

Canadiens: Shea Weber Gets Premier Back For Wanting Him Traded

Legault is back at it with his joking advice for the Montreal Canadiens. A day after throwing some friendly shade at the team at a press conference, the Premier joined team general manager Marc Bergevin and forward Jonathan Drouin outside Montreal's Cadillac green metro line station to hand out masks to STM customers. In a Twitter post, Legault explains that he "took advantage of the occasion to propose two scenarios" to Bergevin:He, Marc Bergevin, and Jonathan Drouin handed out masks in Montreal.

Legault & The Montreal Canadiens Handed Out Masks At A Montreal Metro Station - MTL Blog

Marc Bergevin is a controversial figure among Montreal Canadiens fans and some would like to see him replaced. If that does happen, here are a few options.Marc Bergevin is a controversial figure among Montreal Canadiens fans and some would like to see him replaced. If that does happen, here are a few options.

Montreal Canadiens' Marc Bergevin Replacements

Despite their record, Canadiens present a few potential challengesDespite their record, Canadiens present a few potential challenges

Analysis: Why the Penguins shouldn't overlook Montreal in play-in round | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“No, the Canadiens shouldn’t be in the NHL playoffs. But they are. And the #Pens will have to beat them. What can they expect in a five-game series, whenever it may be? https://t.co/B5Yef5Wgoc”

Matt Vensel on Twitter: "No, the Canadiens shouldn’t be in the NHL playoffs. But they are. And the #Pens will have to beat them. What can they expect in a five-game series, whenever it may be? https://t.co/B5Yef5Wgoc"

“50 years ago this May 22, @CanadiensMTL GM Sam Pollock (photo) trades F Ernie Hicke & Habs' 1st choice in 1970 NHL Draft – it would be F Chris Oddleifson – to Oakland Seals for F François Lacombe, cash & Seals’ 1st-round 1971 pick... which would be Guy Lafleur. …”

Dave Stubbs on Twitter: "50 years ago this May 22, @CanadiensMTL GM Sam Pollock (photo) trades F Ernie Hicke & Habs' 1st choice in 1970 NHL Draft – it would be F Chris Oddleifson – to Oakland Seals for F François Lacombe, cash & Seals’ 1st-round 1971 pick... which would be Guy Lafleur. …… https://t.co/JsSjXbosbN"

“In other words, the @CanadiensMTL parade that hasn’t happened since 1993 won’t be following the usual route where it no longer occurs.”

Michael Farber on Twitter: "In other words, the @CanadiensMTL parade that hasn’t happened since 1993 won’t be following the usual route where it no longer occurs."

“Premier @francoislegault sporting a @CanadiensMTL mask as he enters presser in Montreal. He said Shea Weber sent it to him, and that if #Habs make playoffs this year, we sadly won't be able to have a parade.”

Dan Spector on Twitter: "Premier @francoislegault sporting a @CanadiensMTL mask as he enters presser in Montreal. He said Shea Weber sent it to him, and that if #Habs make playoffs this year, we sadly won't be able to have a parade.… https://t.co/1ys0FrmD6v"

AT&T SportsNet is airing "Pittsburgh Penguins Classic" content, including all four games from the 1991 Stanley Cup Final. Here's quick refresher on what to watch for in the re-airing of the Stanley Cup-winning Game 6.AT&T SportsNet is airing "Pittsburgh Penguins Classic" content, including all four games from the 1991 Stanley Cup Final. Here's quick refresher on what to watch for in the re-airing of the Stanley Cup-winning Game 6.

What to watch for: 1991 Stanley Cup Final (Game 6) | NHL.com

The Montreal Canadiens did not qualify for the postseason the usual way. But they can get in by winning a short series against the Pittsburgh Penguins.The Montreal Canadiens are set to take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in the play-in round to see who makes the playoffs. Here are three reasons the Habs could...

Canadiens: Top 3 Reasons The Habs Will Surprise in 2020 Postseason

Canadiens: Top 3 Reasons The Habs Will Surprise in 2020 Postseason

Quebec Premier François Legault, accompanied by members of the Canadiens, distributed free reusable face coverings to Montrealers in a bid to encourage their use.Quebec Premier François Legault, accompanied by members of the Canadiens, distributed free reusable face coverings to Montrealers in a bid to encourage their use.

Coronavirus: Quebec Premier François Legault distributes masks outside Montreal Metro station - Montreal | Globalnews.ca

Quebec Premier François Legault, accompanied by members of the Canadiens, distributed free reusable face coverings to Montrealers in a bid to encourage their use.

Coronavirus: Quebec Premier François Legault distributes masks outside Montreal Metro station - Montreal | Globalnews.ca

The Montreal Canadiens are in a position where they have multiple players who could be their top center, giving them a bright future at the position.The Montreal Canadiens are in a position where they have multiple players who could be their top center, giving them a bright future at the position.

Montreal Canadiens' Future at Center Looks Bright

If proposed changes to the postseason format are approved, then the Montreal Canadiens would qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since the 2016-17 season.If proposed changes to the postseason format are approved, then the Montreal Canadiens would qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since the 2016-17 season.

Canadiens' Shea Weber excited about 24-team playoff: 'It gives us a chance to keep playing' | Sporting News

The Montreal Canadiens are being given a generous opportunity to qualify for the 2020 postseason. Will it be worth it if it affects draft position?The Montreal Canadiens look like they will be playing a play-in series against the Pittsburgh Penguins. How will this affect their draft position? The Mont...

Canadiens: How Play-In Series Affects Draft Position

Canadiens: How Play-In Series Affects Draft Position

Fans have been without Montreal Canadiens hockey for some time and with the NHLPA voting on the proposed return plan, the hiatus may be over soon.Fans have been without Montreal Canadiens hockey for some time, and with the NHLPA voting on the proposed return plan, the hiatus may be over soon. It's be...

Montreal Canadiens: The vote to decide the future of the NHL

Montreal Canadiens: The vote to decide the future of the NHL

The draft lottery is going to be an odd one this year, but if it ends up with the Montreal Canadiens landing in the top-five, they should select Marco RossiThe draft lottery is going to be an odd one this year, but if it ends up with the Montreal Canadiens landing in the top-five, they should select Marco Ross...

If the opportunity is there, the Montreal Canadiens must draft Marco Rossi

If the opportunity is there, the Montreal Canadiens must draft Marco Rossi

'And we're not working very hard on a Plan B either,' Premier Francois Legault quipped. 'And we're not working very hard on a Plan B either,' Premier Francois Legault quipped.

No parade if Habs win Stanley Cup this year, Premier Legault announces, tongue firmly in cheek | CTV News