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Thursday Habs Links: P.-A. Parenteau is Skating Again

Here are your daily links covering the Canadiens, including Parenteau's impending return, trading for Jaromir Jagr, and Mike Yeo's tirade.

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • P.-A. Parenteau participated in on-ice activities with the Habs and it looks like he will be returning to the lineup in the near future. [Sportsnet]
  • A four-year-old P.K. Subban never wanted to leave the ice and would often keep his father up past midnight so he could continue skating. Though Subban has gotten older, he has not lost a bit of that drive. [Sports Illustrated]
  • Naturally, the penalty that Subban took by slashing Brett Connolly and the ensuing Lightning powerplay goal also generated discussions. [Sportsnet]
  • Bob McKenzie believes that Jaromir Jagr would be a good fit with the Canadiens. He also believes that GM Marc Bergevin wouldn't mortgage the future to land the aging star. [Nichols On Hockey]
  • Prospect Nikolas Koberstein has been traded to the Bloomington Thunder from the Sioux Falls Stampede. This trade also makes Koberstein the first NHL draft pick to play for the Thunder. [Bloomington Thunder]
  • Prospect Martin Reway isn't Moncton bound. The young Slovak took to Twitter to dispel that theory. [Twitter]

Around The League And Elsewhere

  • Minnesota Wild coach Mike Yeo wasn't impressed with his team's recent performance and ripped into them at practice. [CBC]
  • A pickup sledge hockey game became all the more special, as NHL stars dropped by to participate. [SB Nation]
  • Canada's National Women's Development Team took home gold at the Nations Cup. This medal is the tenth gold medal that Team Canada has won at the tournament. [Hockey Canada]
  • Ex-Leafs coach Randy Carlyle took the high road when it came to discussing his firing and the players on the team.  [TSN]
  • Swiss hockey star Alina Müller had an unforgettable year. She was the youngest hockey player to participate at the Sochi Olympics and won a bronze medal with her team. [IIHF]