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Sunday Habs Headlines: Danault and Byron keeping busy during the off season

Sunday Habs Headlines: Danault and Byron keeping busy during the off season

In today’s links, Phillip Danault gets in some street hockey, Paul Byron visits an F1 pit crew, the Calder Cup Finals continue, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Phillip Danault joined neighborhood kids for some street hockey. Partie de hockey de rue avec mes petits voisins et partisans des @CanadiensMTL #streethockey #magique https://t.co/OONchwbxdo— Phillip Danault (@phildanault) June 10, 2017 One of the youngest players in this year’s NHL Entry Draft may also be 2017’s best-kept secret, and a possible target for the Canadiens. [EOTP] Who should the Habs expose...
Canadiens’ Paul Byron already looking forward to training camp

Canadiens’ Paul Byron already looking forward to training camp

STU COWAN The Canadiens’ Paul Byron already can’t wait for training camp to start. Almost two months after the Canadiens were eliminated by the New York Rangers in the first round of the playoffs, Byron skated for the first time […]
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2016-17 Season Review: Paul Byron among the best value contracts in the NHL

2016-17 Season Review: Paul Byron among the best value contracts in the NHL

Fast, skilled, and a low cap hit. There’s not much to dislike about Byron’s game. Paul Byron’s route to Montreal was an interesting one to say the least. It’s possible that without the Zack Kassian incident early in 2015, the Canadiens wouldn’t have bothered to claim the speedy winger. There was reason for optimism despite the waiver status, as some Flames fans always saw an underlying potential in Byron’s game. His first season was a revelation, as he cemented his spot in the roster as a useful support player, by scoring 11 goals in 62 games. He earned a comfortable...

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