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Thursday Habs Headlines: P.K. Subban will have a hard time cracking Team Canada's World Cup roster

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Here are your daily links, including who Marc Bergevin should look into this summer, the Martin Reway signing and Scottie Upshall's reaction to the Fort McMurray fires.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Tim Bozon has put his life threatening bout with meningitis behind him, and is now doggedly pursuing his hockey ambitions. [RDS]
  • Despite Team Switzerland’s poor showing at the IIHF World Championships, Sven Andrighetto’s performance was a bright spot for the Swiss, at the tournament. [GR Heute]
  • The Montreal Canadiens have come to terms with prospect Martin Reway and have signed the young Slovak to an entry level contract. [EOTP]
  • Which unrestricted free agent should the Canadiens consider targeting this offseason? [TSN 690]
  • François Gagnon believes that it will be difficult for P.K. Subban to crack Team Canada's World Cup roster. [TSN 690 | Gagnon]
  • Jean Beliveau retired in style, winning his final Stanley Cup in dramatic fashion during his last season:

Around the league and elsewhere

  • St. Louis Blues forward Scottie Upshall recounts the moment he realized that his hometown was being destroyed by forest fires. [The Players’ Tribune]
  • Finding themselves decimated by injuries and facing a red hot Penguins squad, what should the Tampa Bay Lightning do, if they hope to advance to Stanley Cup finals? [NHL]
  • The inaugural Pave the Way ball hockey tournament hosted by the CWHL was a hit amongst their fans! The tournament went on without a hitch, despite the wonky weather conditions that ensued. [Along The Boards]
  • Elliotte Friedman’s latest 30 thoughts article reveals how the Florida Panthers might approach this year's draft. [Sportsnet]
  • San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns continues to play an integral part in his team’s Stanley Cup aspirations, having put up 18 points in the playoffs, so far. [Mercury News]
  • Team Denmark’s surprise quarter final berth at the World Championships illustrates how far Danish hockey has come and how far it still has to go. [IIHF]
  • The NHL has lost yet another bid to dismiss the concussion lawsuit filed by former players. [TSN]
  • Jonathan Drouin’s well-publicized trade demand had little affect on the relationships he had formed with his Tampa Bay Lightning teammates. [Raw Charge]
  • Isn’t this just adorable?