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Monday Habs Headlines: Carey Price and Jaroslav Halak to face off in World Cup Final

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Two goalies who used to play together will face off in the World Cup final, Canadiens hopefuls show off their skills, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Habs fans will tune into the World Cup final with interest, as it once again sets the stage for a Carey Price vs. Jaroslav Halak faceoff, with both playing exceptional hockey. [Puck Daddy]
  • Mike Condon has put in a hard summer’s work as he will likely battle for the backup spot behind Carey Price. He looked good in a team scrimmage, showing signs the training has improved his game. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Alexander Radulov showed off some of his one-on-one talent, watch as he undresses Charlie Lindgren. [Twitter]
  • Eric Engels reports possible good news on the horizon for injured prospect Mikhail Sergachev. [Twitter]

  • After the Winnipeg JetsJacob Trouba requested a trade, speculation once again swirled around the possibility of Marc Bergevin trying to land an upgrade on Nathan Beaulieu. [TVA Sports]
  • Michael Pezzetta will likely face severe disciplinary action after a dirty, late, high hit in an OHL game on Sunday. [Twitter]
  • Andrew Shaw had a good time at the Bell, despite a small mishap. [Twitter]
  • Michel Therrien gave his congrats to Julie Petry, who organized a group of runners for the Montreal Marathon. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Team Europe upsets Sweden, sets date with Canada for World Cup final. [The Score]
  • Crosby and Marchand dominating the World Cup. [NBC Sports]
  • Another chapter closes in the Crosby-Ovechkin rivalry, and once again Sid is winning. [CBC]
  • Remembering Jose Fernandez’ first NHL game. [The Score]
  • David Perron is back to where it all started, and it feels like he never left. [NHL]
  • Gordie Howe was honoured as his ashes were interred in Saskatoon. [NHL]
  • Las Vegas is already actively seeking an AHL affiliate. [The Score]
  • Ben Scrivens has recorded his first KHL shutout. [Twitter]


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