Monday Habs Links: Subban Olympic talk dominates hockey discussion

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Your collection of links and open thread for Monday.

Montreal Canadiens Links

Our friend Marc-Antoine Godin writes about how fantastic Peter Budaj has been this season, and how he's perfectly filled the role of backup goalie.

Speaking of Godin, he also spoke to retired goaltender Olaf Kolzig, who believes Carey Price will take the Habs to the promised land.

David Kerans wrote a piece on Alex Galchenyuk, and caught up with him for a chat for Voice of Russia.

Inside hockey did a feature on Stephane Waite and what he's done for Peter Budaj and Carey Price. I don't really buy the amount of emphasis the media is putting on this, but it makes for a nice feature.

Tim Wharnsby takes a look at the constantly in the news P.K. Subban, and highlights how much focus is surrounding whether or not he goes to the Olympics.

You know how you can tell the whole P.K. Subban making Team Canada story is huge? When it's written about in the New York Times.

We've linked it a lot, but one more time in case you missed it somehow: Tim Thompson's masterpiece opening montage for Hockey Night in Canada from Saturday night.

Around the NHL Links

Every week for SBNation.com, I'll be writing about five players to watch for Team Canada and Team USA in the lead up to the Sochi Olympics. Here's Team Canada, and here's Team USA.

Chemmy from Pension Plan Puppets insists that the Ehrhoff goal through a skate was not a conspiracy.

Steve Dangle's latest game recap video is out, and since the Habs beat the Leafs, it's all about the schadenfreude.

Tim Thomas is still hilariously bad.

Dustin Brown is the only guy who might be dirtier than Brad Marchand, and here he is with a cheapshot, promptly followed by a dive.

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