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Monday Habs Headlines: Scotty Bowman would have included Alex Galchenyuk on Team North America

Reviewing the snubs from World Cup roster selections with a legend, John Scott would make a team of misfits, P.K. Subban is still the best, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Former Canadiens' coach Scotty Bowman weighed in on some World Cup of Hockey snubs, including the Habs' own Alex Galchenyuk. [Journal de Montréal]
  • John Scott wishes he could form a team with the players snubbed from World Cup roster selections. [The Score]
  • This seems like a familiar idea, as EOTP's Jared Book was able to pencil down two backup Team Canada rosters. [EOTP]
  • Geoff Molson had some clarifications about the recent Larry Robinson talk. [Twitter]
  • Former Canadiens' defender Roman Hamrlik has taken to teaching hockey clinics in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec. [L'oeil Régional]
  • P.K. Subban once again displays his joie de vivre by being P.K. in the Toronto Blue Jays' dressing room after he attended the team's batting practice. [Instagram]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • 17 of 21 NHL.com experts predict the San Jose Sharks will win their first ever Stanley Cup. [NHL]
  • There could be eight players for the Sharks who determine whether they will raise the Cup, or if Pittsburgh will once again bring home Lord Stanley's mug. [The Score]
  • ICYMI: Robyn Flynn's Centre Ice on Sunday was another solid episode, covering a variety of hockey topics both for men's and women's hockey. [SoundCloud]
  • We know that the French language is important in hiring decisions for the Habs. Is the language issue a factor for the Ottawa Senators, who also play in a bilingual city? [RDS]