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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Mike Brown's agent hasn't heard from the Canadiens

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Here are your daily links, including what Mike Brown's agent had to say about the Canadiens, a Stanley Cup ring is up for sale, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Mike Brown's agent refuted rumours that suggested that the Montreal Canadiens were interested in retaining the services of his client. [La Presse]
  • Prospect Martin Reway lead by example on a Slovak team that was teeming with young talent. [Hockey’s Future]
  • However, Reway seemed fairly disappointed with his performance, when interviewed after Team Slovakia's elimination from the World Championships. [Hokej]
  • Check out Paul Byron's ultimate player, as he combines the heart of a fan favourite with the strength of public enemy number one! [Canadiens]
  • Have you ever wanted to own a Stanley Cup ring? Well, you may be in luck. Jacques Laperriere is selling his 1972-73 Montreal Canadiens Cup ring. [Classicauctions]
  • Tony Marinaro discusses who he would be willing to see traded, in order for the Canadiens to land Jonathan Drouin. [TSN 690]
  • Team owner Geoff Molson met with some Montreal Canadiens alumni to discuss the concerns that were voiced by Guy Carbonneau. [RDS]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • In preparation for the 2018 Winter Olympics, host nation South Korea is attracting hockey ringers from North America in a bid to ice a more competitive hockey team. [Globe & Mail]
  • With only four teams remaining in the hunt for the Stanley Cup, let’s take a look back at what went wrong with the twelve other teams that weren’t able to make it this far. [Down Goes Brown | Sportsnet]
  • Jonathan Drouin's performance thus far in the playoffs, proves that he was correct when he demanded to be traded from the Tampa Bay Lightning, earlier this season. [Vice]
  • Will the Chicago Blackhawks be able to retain the services of forward Artemi Panarin, especially considering the cap situation that they now find themselves in? [Second City Hockey]
  • On the surface, the two team teams battling it out in the Western Conference Final have little in common. Dig a little deeper however, and there are startling similarities between the St. Louis Blues and the San Jose Sharks. [St. Louis Game Time]
  • Speaking of the Blues, congratulations to Vladimir Tarasenko and his family!