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Monday Habs Headlines: P.K. Subban and Ray Bourque are teaming up for a good cause.

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Montreal Canadiens Links:

  • Brendan Gallagher may have fractured fingers, but they were strong enough to call out former NHL player Jim Kyte, who recently called players of 'Gallagher's' 'type' out on Twitter. [Centre Ice]
  • P.K. Subban spent his Sunday signing a bunch of Winter Classic jerseys for kids at the Montreal Children's Hospital. He also announced a partnership with Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque. P.K. and Ray are doing a raffle that will give fans a chance to win tickets to the Winter Classic, and a pair of personalized P.K. Subban skates, designed by P.K. himself. [CTV News]
  • According to Elliotte Freidman, Carey Price was originally hurt when he slipped on a puck in warmups during the Habs vs. Edmonton Oilers game. There is still no timetable for his return. [SN]
  • Alex Galchenyuk couldn't have picked a better time to find his scoring touch. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Canadiens have recalled forward Daniel Carr from the St. John's IceCaps. He will be at practice this morning. [Canadiens]
  • Canadiens players are determined to stay strong without Price and Gallagher. [Metro]
  • P.K. Subban surprised a Montreal woman in the hospital with a signed Subban Winter Classic jersey, after the woman tweeted P.K. asking him to meet her:
  • Had the pleasure of surprising Chelsea today with a special #pkjersey ! Get yours online while you can!

    A photo posted by P.K. Subban (@subbanator) on

  • Brendan Gallagher has a new best friend named Annabelle. She got to sign his cast, but only if he could sign hers. [Gallagher on Instagram]
  • Good news, as Michael Bournival skated with teammates for the first time in a long time. [TVA]
  • Canadiens players were asked "what rule from other professional sports should the NHL adopt?":
    • Former Canadiens players, like Nigel Dawes, are tearing it up in the KHL right now. [Journal de Montreal]
    • In IceCaps news, Bud Holloway had a stellar return to St. John's on Sunday with a three-point game. The IceCaps won 5-1 and swept the weekend series with the Toronto Marlies. [IceCaps]
    • Ann-Sophie Bettez netted a hat-trick as Les Canadiennes topped the Toronto Furies 6-3 in Sunday afternoon action. [Canadiennes]

    Around the NHL and elsewhere:

    • The NHL wants to crack down on dirty hits, but only gives minimal punishments when players commit the penalties. This is encouraging players to keep doing it. [Bleacher Report]
    • Red Wings' rookie Dylan Larkin is going to make the Calder Trophy race very interesting this year. He doesn't stop scoring. Check out his goal on Sunday. [WIIM]
    • Los Angeles is bidding for the 2017 NHL All-Star game. [SN]
    • Fans are seeking the NHL's attention on the issue of violence against women. [Raw Charge]
    • Jujhar Khaira became just the third punjabi player in NHL history, when he made his NHL debut this weekend for the Edmonton Oilers. [Puck Daddy]
    • John Tortorella is back in the NHL and it's great. He's already calling the Penguins the biggest whiners in the league. [Pro Hockey Talk]
    • Brad Marchand responded to the comment Alain Vigneault made about who'd be a more desirable son, Brad Marchand or Henrik Lundqvist, by saying, "I think my parents love me." [Boston Globe]
    • This woman decided that after she got married, she'd go to the Wild game and enjoy a burger. She is awesome. [Fox Sports North]
    • At 69 years old, Doc Emrick is a still a student of the game of hockey. [The Hockey News]
    • Carlo Colaiacovo suffered a "dented trachea" and was taken to the hospital on Saturday night against the Nashville Predators. [Eye On Hockey]
    • WAR On Ice, the advanced stat site, is now being run by a new crew. [Part 1Part 2]