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Monday Habs Links: Canadiens tickets on sale soon

Here are your daily links, including the health of Carey Price, Dale Weise roaring to go, the untimely passing of a former Hab All-Star, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • Tickets for the upcoming season are almost available. Packages can be bought on the 6th of September, while individual games will go on sale September 13th. [Canadiens]
  • How much do you know about Nikita Scherbak? Why not learn a bit more? [Saskatoon Blades]
  • With the PK Subban signing drama over and the season a little over a month away, the biggest question that should be on the minds of Habs Nation is now the health of superstar goaltender Carey Price. Price was infamously injured by Chris Kreider of the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals and has not played in a game since. See what he has to say about his off-season recovery right here. [Hockey Inside/Out]
  • Former Hab and Montreal native Carol Vadnais has passed away at the age of 68. Vadnais was a two-time Stanley Cup winner (67-68 Montreal Canadiens; 71-72 Boston Bruins) and six-time All-Star. [TSN]
  • Dale Weise is ready to prove his stellar play down the stretch was not a fluke. Weise seems to be extremely excited to be a part of the Montreal Canadiens and can't wait for the season to start. [Canadiens]
  • Who are the 10 most well rounded NHL prospects heading into 2014-15? Which Hab makes it? [Bleacher Report]
  • It was Jean Beliveau's 83rd Birthday this weekend! Even as this hockey legend grows old, he is still a fixture seen in the first few rows behind the Canadiens bench at the Bell Centre game in and game out. [EOTP]

Around the NHL

  • In case you missed it, check out the NHL.com 30-in-30. Each team was reviewed in-depth over thirty days in August. [NHL]
  • Headed to VEGAS! Rumors are running rampant that the NHL is heading to Vegas. The NHL would become the first major sports league to move to "Sin City". [Hockey Wilderness]
  • We've all heard of Advanced Stats by now in the NHL. Has it become so big that it is controlling how teams operate? [NBC]
  • With Craig Anderson being signed to a three-year contract extension for over $12M, is there a goalie battle brewing in Ottawa? [NHL]