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Monday Habs Headlines: P.K. Subban is good for the game of hockey

Here are your daily links, including John Scott, P.K. Subban looking dapper, little Canadiens' fan goes viral, a new duel, a playoff scare, 3-on-3, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens links:

  • P.K. Subban is good for the game of hockey, and he got to show it and make fans on a national scale at the All-Star weekend. [TSN690]
  • John Scott won MVP of the All-Star game, to top off an absolutely fantastic weekend in Nashville [EOTP]
  • HabsTV went backstage with P.K. Subban before the Skills Competition on Saturday, and he posed with a dab with photographers [Canadiens]
  • P.K. Subban was playing so good, his All-Star Coach, Amy Grant, gave him a massage on the bench [NHL]
  • The reaction of the young Habs fan who got a puck from Dale Weise went viral world-wide  [JDM]
  • Here's a look at P.K.'s jersey from last night [Canadiens]
  • Jeff Petry and Jacob de la Rose go head-to-head in a new "Magic Eye" duel:
  • The Canadiens are still the worst team in the league since December. Does Michel Therrien still have the ears of his players? [LP]
  • ICMYI: Here is your weekly dose of Canadiens comics [EOTP]
  • There is a serious possibility of no Canadian teams being in the playoffs. It's bad for fans, and bad for the business of hockey [CBC]
  • Jenny Scrivens got to bring her husband, Ben, into work with her last night [NWHL]
  • Les Canadiennes beat the Inferno on Sunday afternoon, final score was 3-1. Marie-Phillip Poulin scored two goals [LC]
  • Around the NHL and elsewhere:

    • Everyone in the Pacific requested to play with John Scott at least one shift last night in the 3-on-3 game [Twitter]
    • Roberto Luongo got Jaromir Jagr a present for the 3-on-3 game last night:
    • The Calgary Flames are the best team in 3-on-3 hockey, and here's how they became so [FlamesNation]
    • While honing their skills in the USA, a group of teenagers is putting Chinese hockey on the map [NYT]
    • Two hockey players from Paris, France, found a love for hockey 4,200KM away from home, in Newfoundland [IIHF]
    • For the first time in the history of India, women will represent the country in the sport of hockey in an upcoming tournament in Taiwan [NT]
    • If the NWHL and the CWHL merged as one league, it would be great for women's hockey [NYT]
    • Andrew Ference thanks fans for telling him "to shoot" in the most sarcastic video of 2016 [CBC]