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Tuesday Habs headlines: Don Cherry believes Canada won't miss PK Subban at World Cup

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In today's links, Don Cherry doesn't expect Team Canada to miss not having two elite offensive players on the back end, conflicting Robinson reports, Desharnais rides a bike, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes:

Don Cherry weighs in on why Team Canada won't miss P.K. Subban (or Kris Letang) at the World Cup of Hockey [CBC Sports]

Listen to our own Marc Dumont talk about the Stanley Cup final on the Morning Show yesterday, delivered in a decidedly Pacioretty-esque baritone [TSN 690]

There seems to be conflicting reports about the reasons for Larry Robinson not becoming a member of the Canadiens' coaching staff [Twitter.com]

David Desharnais is all smiles on Canadian ride-your-bike-to-work day [Twitter.com]

Around the league and elsewhere:

Last night's Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final series was exciting, and the Penguins are officially one-up [Globe and Mail]

Pascal Dupuis discussed the Penguins' playoff run, and the difficulty of being unable to take part. [The Players' Tribune]

Mikael Wikstrand, an Ottawa Senators prospect, has signed a four-year contract with Färjestad of the SHL. [Silver Seven]

The St. Louis Blues are poised to bring back Ken Hitchcock, defeater of Stanley Cup champs but loser to the San Jose Sharks, on a one-year deal [TSN.ca]

With players like Mitch Marner in the difficult position of being too good for junior hockey but not quite ready for the NHL, it may be time to address the rules for junior-aged prospects. [Sportsnet]

The 2018 Winter Olympics are nigh, and Gary Bettman doesn't want us to get our hopes up for the best of the best to be at the dance [Sportsnet]