It's clear by now that the Montreal Canadiens front office, and specifically both general manager Marc Bergevin as well as head coach Michel Therrien, felt their group of players were soft last season, and they made a number of changes in the offseason to adress that.
On Tuesday the Habs head coach joined host Tony Marinaro on his morning show and discussed some of the changes he hoped to implement this season, including where some of his newer acquisitions would line up if he had his way, which he most certainly will.
The Canadiens top line will feature captain Max Pacioretty, Alex Galchenyuk, and Brandon Gallagher a line that found some success last season despite the Canadiens obvious struggles after the injury to goaltender Carey Price.
The Canadiens line will likely be the most intriguing to watch this season as it will feature the teams two newcommers Alexander Radulov and Andrew Shaw who will be centered by Canadiens veteran Tomas Pelkanec.
Whether you love, hate, or are largely indifferent when it comes to the Habs, they will likely be one of the more intriguing teams to pay attention to this season with so many drastic changes to their line up.