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Monday Habs Links: Noah Juulsen's quest to make Team Canada begins

Here are your daily links surrounding the Habs and the rest of the hockey world, including Noah Juulsen looking to make an impression at Hockey Canada's national junior team summer development camp, a decade of Carey Price, and the Toronto Maple Leafs resigning Jonathan Bernier.

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • Hockey Canada's national junior team summer development camp is in full force, and by all accounts, Habs prospect Noah Juulsen will be in the lineup against the Czech Republic tomorrow. He'll look to make an early impression with the ultimate goal of making the team in December. [Twitter]
  • It's hard to believe that it has been ten years since the Canadiens drafted superstar goalie Carey Price with the fifth overall pick at the 2005 draft. It's only fitting that we look back at the unforgettable decade of Price sporting le bleu, blanc et rouge. [EOTP]
  • Check out some cool photos from Alex Galchenyuk's 2014-15 campaign. [Canadiens]
  • The Habs hockey school is currently in Switzerland, and the view, well, the view is something else:

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Toronto Maple Leafs have come to terms with restricted free agent goalie Jonathan Bernier on a two-year, $8.3 million extension. [Pension Plan Puppets]
  • Speaking of Bernier, he'll be returning to the Toronto crease with plenty of motivation. [Sportsnet]
  • Erik Haula and the Minnesota Wild have agreed on a 2-year, $2 million deal. [TSN]
  • The guys over at Puck Daddy are back with another edition of their awesome "A to Z" series; Arizona Coyotes edition. [Puck Daddy]
  • Joe Yerdon looks at the revamped Buffalo Sabres. With the additions of Evander Kane, Ryan O'Reilly and Jack Eichel, they're poised to begin climbing the standings. [NHL]
  • A judge has ordered the National Hockey League to turn over data relating to player injuries, concussions in particular, to lawyers of former players who are suing the league. [TSN]
  • Lastly, a pair of Ontario college students are trying to design an audible hockey puck for those who are visually impaired with aspirations of playing their favourite sport. [Sportsnet]