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Sunday Habs Headlines: P.K. Subban needs to use his slap shot more often

Here are your daily links for the Habs and around the league, including how P.K. Subban can get back to scoring goals once healthy, Joel Hanley's long road to the NHL, and a new signing by the Canadiens.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • P.K. Subban has had an incredible season despite a lack of goals, but if he's going to start scoring again he needs to unleash his slap-shot. [RDS]
  • It's been a long and winding road to the NHL for Joel Hanley, and now he's simply trying to savour the moment while it lasts. [La Presse]
  • John Scott is keeping his spirits up and considers himself "super lucky", even after going from sunny Arizona to riding the bus in the AHL. [The Telegram]
  • In case you missed it, the Habs have signed NCAA defenceman Tom Parisi to a two-year contract. Parisi has spent the past four years at Providence College. [EOTP]
  • Get to know more about the newest member of the Canadiens from this October 2015 feature as he prepared for his final season with the Friars. [SBN College Hockey]
  • Canadiens prospect Noah Juulsen and the Everett Silvertips have begun their playoff run. Check out this Silvertips playoff hype video, with highlights of the Habs' 2015 first-round pick. [YouTube]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • In case you forgot, here's how a real hockey team plays. [Hockey Graphs]
  • History may be made this season as Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby is poised to challenge Martin Brodeur's single-season wins record. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • Maybe not the way to endear yourself to your new fans, Predators forward Ryan Johansen expressed how much he wishes he was still a Columbus Blue Jacket. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • With the Detroit Red Wings battling for the final wild-card spot in the East, their league-leading playoff streak is in jeopardy. Will the streak end? GM Ken Holland is used to that question by now. [Puck Daddy]
  • With the top women's players from around the world getting set to compete in the World Championships, the Swedish national women's team is looking to win their first medal since 2007. [IIHF]