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Therrien sees Semin as 'nice challenge' for Canadiens

Tuesday, 08.11.2015 / 4:30 PM / NHL Insider

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

TERREBONNE, Quebec -- When the Montreal Canadiens signed free agent forward Alexander Semin to a one-year contract last month, one of the first questions that jumped to mind was how would he mesh with coach Michel Therrien.

The Carolina Hurricanes bought out the final three years of Semin's five-year, $35 million contract because, as general manager Ron Francis said, they did not feel he competed enough on a consistent basis.

Therrien is known as a coach with high demands on his players in terms of work ethic, and he said Tuesday at his charity golf tournament he's eager to start working on making sure Semin is able to meet those demands.

"It's a nice challenge, that's how I look at it," Therrien said. "He's a guy that's full of potential, and there's an opportunity for him to get back to where we think he can be as a player, and where I imagine he also thinks he can be as a player. We're going to give him an opportunity, and it's the type of player we were missing when you looked at our team. He's a guy who can score, who can make plays and who's shown in the past that he can contribute to the success of a team offensively. But as far as I'm concerned, I see it as a challenge."

Cammalleri sees Devils' changes as refreshing: report

Tuesday, 08.11.2015 / 9:20 AM / News

NHL.com

New Jersey Devils left wing Mike Cammalleri said the atmosphere may change this season without former general manager Lou Lamoriello in charge, according to NJ.com.

Ray Shero replaced Lamoriello as GM in May and John Hynes was introduced as coach in June. Lamoriello, who signed Cammalleri to a five-year contract reportedly worth $25 million on July 1, 2014, is GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs after 28 seasons in New Jersey.

"Lou had a unique way of doing things and he did them for so long one way," Cammalleri told the website. "The organization was so used to things being done one way and now there is a different take on things. So there will be a different feel for sure."

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