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Tuesday Habs Links: Lehkonen, de la Rose and Reway named to respective WJC teams

Your daily dose of all things Habs, including a plethora of World Junior Championship news, a good read on P.K. Subban, Guy Lafleur's tribute to Jean Béliveau, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • Jacob de la Rose is part of Sweden's World Junior Championship selection camp list. This more or less confirms that the Bulldogs will release him for the tournament. [NHL]
  • It appears that Habs prospect Artturi Lehkonen has been named captain of Finland's World Junior Championship team. [Ilta Sanomat] (Google Translate required)
  • Martin Reway will also be present during the tournament in Montreal, as he was added to Slovakia's roster. [Elite Prospects]
  • Can P.K. Subban win over hockey's stoic traditionalists? [New Yorker]
  • An emotional Guy Lafleur spoke to the media after attending Le Gros Bill's wake. [Canadiens]
  • The Canucks arrived in Montreal just in time to pay their respects to Jean Béliveau. [Canucks]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Hockey in Las Vegas? It looks like it's going to happen. I bet Thomas Vanek is excited. [TSN]
  • Should the Blackhawks trade Jeremy Morin if they're not going to use him? [Second City]
  • The Walrus is no more. Ottawa fired head coach Paul MacLean. [Silver Seven]
  • Evander Kane will sit two games, having been suspended by the department of player safety. [Arctic Ice]
  • If the Canadian dollar remains stable, the salary cap should be set at around $73M next season. The Canadian dollar however, is not expected to remain stable. [Elliotte Friedman]