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Sunday Habs Headlines: Mikhail Sergachev believes he can be an NHL player this season

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Here are your daily links, including the confidence of Mikhail Sergachev, the run-down on how the Habs picked on day two of the draft, Andrew Shaw's post-trade comments, and Gabriel Dumont's future.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Mikhail Sergachev, picked ninth-overall by the Canadiens on Friday night, is certainly not short of confidence as he believes he could crack an NHL roster this season. [TSN 690]
  • The Canadiens selected five players on the second day for the 2016 NHL Entry Draft - get to know each of them here. [EOTP | BittenMeteStaumPezzettaHenrikson]
  • Marc Bergevin took a moment to respond to some questions from the fans at the conclusion of the draft on Saturday. [HabsTV]
  • According to a report from Renaud Lavoie, former IceCaps captain Gabriel Dumont will not return to the Canadiens organization next season. [Twitter]
  • In case you missed it, RFA Andrew Shaw took part in a conference call yesterday to discuss his trade to the Canadiens and his ongoing contract negotiations. [EOTP]
  • Shaw also took to Twitter to express his excitement in coming to Montreal:
  • Olivier Bouchard analyzes how Shaw and Lars Eller will contribute to their new clubs following Friday's trades. [NHL.com]
  • Get to know P.K. Subban just a little better as he takes on the sixty-second challenge. [L'actualité]
  • The Lindgren family once again had reason to celebrate as Charlie's brother Ryan was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round. [Twitter]
  • Marie-Philip Poulin will join Caroline Ouellette to coach a girls hockey camp in Quebec this July. [En Beauce]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz spoke highly of Lars Eller after acquiring him from the Habs, and outlined where he'll fit in his team's lineup next season. [Twitter | 123]
  • Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning's punishment has been announced following his public declarations of interest in both Subban and Steven Stamkos:
  • Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly has confirmed that the 2017 buyout period will begin before the expansion draft next summer. [Twitter]
  • Jim Rutherford insists that the Pittsburgh Penguins will not trade Evgeni Malkin, and hopes to begin next season with both Marc-Andre Fleury and Matt Murray on the roster. [Eye on Hockey]
  • Brian Burke pulled no punches talking about San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson when asked who he gets the most calls from on draft day. [FTF]
  • Despite the progression of LGBT rights around the world, professional North American sports still have nearly no openly gay athletes. And none in the NHL. [Chicago Tribune]
  • Legendary defenceman Ray Bourque has been arrested after allegedly driving under the influence in Massachusetts. [NECN]