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Saturday Habs Headlines: Management is keeping a close eye on Pierre-Luc Dubois

Here are your daily links for the Habs and around the league, including which young hopefuls might crack the lineup next season, whether Carey Price should compete at the World Cup of Hockey, and Marc Bergevin keeping tabs on a draft-eligible prospect.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • A variety of topics were discussed on TSN 690 yesterday. Marc Dumont joined the Morning Show to discuss who might crack the Canadiens' lineup next season, while Sean Gordon examined whether or not Carey Price should really compete in the World Cup of Hockey this summer. [TSN 690 | Dumont | Gordon]
  • Christopher Boucher breaks down what has been a tumultuous season for the Canadiens by the numbers. [RDS]
  • According to Stephane Leroux, the Habs management team has been keeping a watchful eye on draft-eligible forward Pierre-Luc Dubois:
  • Mike Condon became the first American-born goaltender to ever record a shutout for the Canadiens in franchise history after sealing the first of his career on Thursday night. [TVA Sports]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Former Hab Dale Weise has been struggling to adapt to a more limited role since joining the perennial Stanley Cup contending Chicago Blackhawks. [Chicago Sun Times]
  • Speaking of the Blackhawks, defenceman Duncan Keith has been suspended six games by the league after high-sticking Charlie Coyle of the Minnesota Wild. The suspension means Keith will miss one playoff game. [SCH]
  • Nazem Kadri has been fined for embellishment for the second time this season. Also fined were Oilers forward Nail Yakupov and Coyotes centre Martin Hanzal. [Eye on Hockey]
  • Having completed their first season, the NWHL has now introduced restricted free agency and a draft tax on first-year players. [Puck Daddy]
  • Youth hockey brings about incredible tales of not only the players, but the parents, too. [National Post]