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Saturday Habs Headlines: P.K. Subban isn't going anywhere

Here are your daily links from the Habs and around the league, including why P.K. Subban is certainly not part of the problem, comments from Michel Therrien and Max Pacioretty, and the possibility that Dale Weise could be traded ahead of the trade deadline.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • According to TSN Insider Darren Dreger, the Canadiens are not gauging interest in, nor are they entertaining calls about, Subban. [TSN]
  • P.K. Subban, who continues to perform like one of the top players in the league, is far from the "problem" with the Canadiens. [L'Actualite]
  • Michel Therrien insists that his problem was with the play Subban made and not the player himself. Max Pacioretty, meanwhile, suggests that the other players on the ice were also responsible for the Avalanche's game winning goal on Wednesday. [TSN]
  • More on the Subban-Therrien saga, Brian Wilde joined TSN 690 to question why anyone would attack Subban's character. [TSN 690]
  • With a number of free agents to possibly trade, it looks as though the Canadiens could be on the verge of dealing Dale Weise. [TVA Sports]
  • Morale is undoubtedly low among Habs fans right now, as evidenced by this ticket-holder selling his tickets along with a pair of paper bags to hide your embarrassment. [Global News]
  • In case you missed it, the Canadiens confirmed on Friday that forward David Desharnais will miss the next three weeks with a fractured foot. [EOTP]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Andrew Ference, former captain of the Edmonton Oilers, says he will likely retire if the team buys out his contract in the off-season. [ESPN]
  • The face of the Winnipeg Jets since their return to the city has been Andrew Ladd, though the Jets are now at a point where they would be better off trading him. [SN]
  • Sidney Crosby has been bursting back onto the scene this season with a marked improvement in play over recent weeks, but what's the reasoning behind it? [SI]
  • The Philadelphia Flyers have experienced a notable dip in their performance as of late; what has changed? [BSH]
  • With the Colorado Avalanche and Detroit Red Wings set to meet again one week from today, take a look at the storied rivalry between the two franchises. [MHH]
  • A beer league goaltender (and PhD candidate) has developed a new type of goalie pad that can help netminders keep fewer pucks from sneaking through their five-hole, as well as help prevent some injuries. [National Post]
  • A part-time job in the NWHL is still just a part-time job. [TSS]
  • Check out this video of Vancouver Canucks' forwards Daniel and Henrik Sedin showing off their skills, filmed with GoPro's attatched to their helmets. [NM]