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Zayne Parekh of the Saginaw Spirit. Photo by Natalie Shaver/OHL Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Zayne Parekh believes he is the best offensive defenseman available in the draft. (TVA Sports)
  • The Canadiens are ranked number three in Dobber’s prospect pool rankings. (Dobber prospects)
  • Serge Savard’s wife died on Saturday. (TVA Sports)
  • The depth chart has been updated to offseason mode, including free agency status. (Organizational Depth Chart)

In the competition and elsewhere

  • After being called upon to perform better, David Pastrnak scored the series winner for the Boston Bruins in overtime in Game 7 to eliminate the Toronto Maple Leafs. (NHL.com)
  • It was yet another early end for the Maple Leafs’ established core, and changes are needed now. (Sportnet)
  • Auston Matthews, Elias Pettersson and Jaccob Slavin are this year’s finalists for the Lady Byng (TSN)
  • The Bruins are back in action on Monday night against the Florida Panthers. (NHL.com)
  • Adin Hill is expected to start for the Golden Knights in the other Game 7 of the first round tonight. (NHL.com)
  • Ryan O’Reilly was not happy with his play for the Nashville Predators in the postseason. (Sportnet)
  • Analysis of the goaltending matchup in the New York Rangers-Carolina Hurricanes series. (NHL.com)


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