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As I’m sure most of you know, I’m still strongly of the opinion that the NHL stopped existing after June 24th, 2021, but I might make a small exception for April 29th, 2022. It was a nice end to an abysmal season for the team, and a good sendoff for the team’s greatest player of this century and the greatest goalie of his generation.

Carey Price means so much to me, as he does for a lot of people. He was a big factor in me becoming a habs fan in the first place, and has always been a steady fixture for the habs in my mind. Whenever Carey was playing, you knew that there was always a chance of something special happening. Price meant there was always a reason for hope, even if the habs were barely squeaking into the playoffs, or outmatched on paper. Even after having so many injury issues, Carey still lead the habs to the astonishing upset of Pittsburgh in 2020 and the magical run to the cup finals in 2021. I find it impossible to think of the modern Canadiens without thinking of Carey Price, and the current habs will feel especially foreign without him in net. It’s a tragedy that Carey and a lot of the other players we have had over the years were never able to lift Lord Stanley’s Mug, but I’m still so extremely grateful for all that he did to bring hope and joy into the lives of habs fans everywhere.

Price is a true legend, and I look forward to seeing him join the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2025, 20 years after the habs made what turned out to be a franchise-defining choice by choosing him 5th overall.
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Ledge_And_Dairy</b></div><div>Thats some hot takes.

Calgary doesn't need leverage they will get a better return than this because of how highly coveted a player like Tkachuk is. Another team will make a better offer because they want him more.

Also what's your basis on Dube not returning? His agent has already made a statement saying he did not partake in the incident.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quote:</div>Global News contacted David Cowan with O2K Sports Management.

Cowan said in a statement: “All of Global News’ questions will be asked and answered during the pending NHL investigation. Dillon did not engage in any wrongdoing, and he cooperated fully with the independent London Police Service investigation in 2018, through which all players were then cleared of any wrongdoing.”

The statement continued: “Naming Dillon or attempting to associate him in any way with alleged criminal wrongdoing, or alleging that he was not cooperative with the London Police or was unwilling to cooperate with Hockey Canada, will constitute materially false statements constituting defamation causing serious financial and reputational harm.”</div></div></div>

That doesn’t say that Dubé didn’t participate in the incident we all know was sexual assault. It just means that they believe he isn’t guilty of any legal wrongdoing, which is technically true until he’s charged with a crime. Only 7 out of 22 players haven’t said that they weren’t part of the incident, and Dubé was one of them, which doesn’t paint a pretty picture for him.