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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Shipachyov signing rumours heat up

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Word is that the Canadiens may be close to signing Vadim Shipachyov, the possibility of Brandon Prust returning to Montreal, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes:

  • Interesting trade fodder in the long Habs offseason: The Habs may be close to signing Vadim Shipachyov! [EOTP]
  • It has been 30 years since rookie Patrick Roy won his first Stanley Cup, and the Canadiens' 23rd. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Will Brandon Prust come back to Montreal? "Anything is possible." [Journal de Montreal]
  • The Toronto Raptors evened their NBA conference final series 2-2 against Lebron and the Cavaliers on Monday. This would not be hockey related if not for P.K. Subban. Someone is happy!

Around the League and elsewhere:

  • The San Jose Sharks are now within one of playing in the Stanley Cup Final after last night's 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues [CBC Sports]
  • Seems like all the conference finals have a goalie controversy. The Pittsburgh Penguins could be eliminated by the Tampa Bay Lightning in tonight's Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final. Will it be veteran Marc-Andre Fleury, loser in Game 5, or rookie Matt Murray in net? [National Post]
  • So remember how Evgeni Malkin said there would be a Game 7 in the East? Coach Coop thinks it is high-larious. [TSN.ca]
  • Finn Patrik Laine shone at the World Hockey Championships, and was named the tournament MVP and best forward, with Canadian Michael Matheson best defenceman, and a fellow by the name of Vadim Shipachyov selected by the media All Star team [IIHF]