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Habs savour home improvement



 

Habs savour home improvement

Habs savour home improvement
News from Globe and Mail:

Max Pacioretty has said in the past that he plays better while injured – but who knew it was actually true?

A mere 48 hours after suffering a freak wrist injury in a puck battle with Florida’s Mike Weaver – it was diagnosed as a ligament tear – the 22-year-old Montreal Canadiens winger was back in the lineup.

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And it’s not like he was just filling a spot on the bench.

The power forward has emerged as the Canadiens’ most effective player this season, picking up where he left off before his unfortunate coming-together with Zdeno Chara last March.

And in a game the Habs had to have – the latest in a series of such games, actually – the Connecticut native came up with arguably his best game of the season, scoring two and setting up a third in a 5-1 pasting of the Philadelphia Flyers, one of Montreal’s bugaboo teams.

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Ahead of the Bell: Home improvement retailers
News from BusinessWeek:

An analyst increased price targets for home improvement retailers Home Depot Inc. and Lowe’s Cos. on Monday, saying that Home Depot may be a better bet partly because of supply chain advancements and ongoing market share gains.

Kate McShane of Citi Investment Research said in a client note that Home Depot’s increasingly integrated and flexible supply chain will likely be a key driver in improving revenue at stores open at least a year.

This figure is a key gauge of a retailer’s health because it excludes results from stores recently opened or closed.

“We believe that Home Depot’s decision to shift its focus from square footage growth to improving store operations and supply chain execution has begun to gain significant traction,” McShane wrote.

The analyst said that even though Atlanta-based Home Depot has not increased square footage since 2008, it managed to gain market share from 2008 through 2010.

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