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Thursday Habs Headlines: PK Subban wants to leave a lasting impact on Montreal

Here are your daily links covering the Canadiens and the league, including Subban's donation, the need to rest Price and Voynov's return to Russia.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • P.K. Subban made an incredible commitment to the city of Montreal yesterday, having announced that he will donate $10-million dollars to the Montreal Children's Hospital. Here are some of the reactions to his generous gesture:
    • A first look at the new P.K. Subban Atrium. [EOTP]
    • You can listen to Subban's entire speech from the press conference where he spoke in both English and French, right here. [RDS]
    • Subban wants to leave a lasting mark on Montreal:
    • Subban was also on TSN 690, elaborating on his decision to donate. [TSN 690]
    • In appreciation of Subban's gesture:
    • Brian Wilde has summed it up best, in his new piece. [CTV News]
    • "If you are finding a way to not like PK Subban at this point, you need to look at your own character; what is flawed in you that you can’t like this man."
  • How important is special teams efficiency to the Montreal Canadiens' future success? [Derrière le banc]
  • Dustin Tokarski will need to be able to win more games for the Canadiens, in order for the team to rest Carey Price more. [TSN 690]
  • Check out this update on rookie prospects Michael McCarron, Zachary Fucale and Ryan Johnston. [Canadiens]
  • What are some of the potentially best and worst things about the Montreal Canadiens next season? [Puck Daddy]
  • The Montreal Stars will be adding two new players to their team in recent draft picks Audrey Morand and Alyssa Sherrard. [The Link]
  • In case you missed it, the Habs announced the 58 player roster that will be attending training camp, which begins today. [EOTP]

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • Encouragingly, 34 of 35 NHL players interviewed at the NHL Media Tour responded that they would be accepting of an openly gay teammate. [USA Today]
  • Slava Voynov is returning to Russia, as per Voynov's lawyer:

  • Take a look at how a potential Quebec Nordiques' lineup could shape up. [TVA]
  • The New Jersey Devils have signed Jiri Tlusty to a shrewd one-year, $800,000 contract. [All About The Jersey]
  • Patrick Kane has been listed on the Chicago Blackhawks' training camp roster. [Sportsnet]
  • Not hockey related, but kudos to young Ahmed Mohamed for continuing to be passionate about inventing, despite his ordeal. [The Verge]