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Saturday Habs Headlines: Brandon Prust will miss Montreal

In today's links, Brandon Prust discusses his career as a Canadien, a Dallas Star makes a good decision, the Detroit Red Wings make a bad one, and Sidney Crosby needs to make a spot in his trophy case for another Art Ross.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Eric Engels wraps up his review of the defencemen in his 25 Canadiens in 25 Days series with a look at P.K. Subban. [Sportsnet]

  • Our Top 25 Under 25 profiles have come to an end.  Catch up on all the players, and watch for more analysis of the 2015 prospect pool over the next few days. [EOTP]

  • At this time next week, many of those profiled players will be preparing to take part in a rookie tournament with the prospects of three other NHL teams in London, Ontario. [EOTP]

  • Montreal Stars goaltender Charline Labonté discusses some of her favourite establishments in the city of Montreal. (French) [Le Journal de Montréal]

  • Don't forget to pick up your 10-game ticket packs for Habs games this year. [Canadiens]

Around the League and elsewhere

  • Brandon Prust was interviewed on TSN Radio.  Other than moving away from the friends he's made during his time in Montreal, what will he miss most? "Stepping out on that ice at the Bell Centre.  Especially during the playoffs." [TSN 690]

  • The Detroit Red Wings re-signed Daniel Cleary yesterday, and Wings bloggers are none too pleased. [Winging it in Motown]

  • Rich Peverley entertained thoughts of a comeback after missing more than a season following his collapse due to a heart issue in March of 2014.  Yesterday, he announced his decision to retire, and will join the Dallas Stars' player development staff. [Dallas Stars Blog]

  • With the reasonable dollar amounts attached to nearly all off-season free agent contracts, Sean McIndoe looks for the causes of the "Summer of Fiscal Sanity." [Grantland]

  • The transformation of the NHL from a physical league to one that now focuses on skill doesn't just make it difficult for enforcers and lumbering defencemen to find a job, it's also demanding a different skill set for one-ice officials. [Sportsnet]

  • Sidney Crosby is going to register 200 points this year: