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Monday Habs Headlines: Martin Réway hopes to reward the Canadiens’ patience and support throughout his illness

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Here are your daily links, including Réway being eager to begin his NHL journey, Pezzetta ready for development camp, Gallagher supports Toronto, and more.

Team Canada v Team Slovakia

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Martin Réway has been training hard with some NHL veterans in Slovakia after his family, friends, and the Canadiens helped him recover from a heart condition. Now he’s hoping to show the team in training camp that their patience was worth it. [Journal de Montreal | Google Translate]
  • Michael Pezzetta might have been in awe during his first Habs rookie camp in 2016, but this season he’s all business. [NHL]
  • In the latest episode of The Duel, Artturi Lehkonen and Daniel Carr play a good game of Rocket League. [NHL]
  • Two former Canadiens, Andrei Markov and Ben Scrivens, will be heading to the Olympics in hopes of taking home the gold to their home country. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Hopefully this is the only time we see Brendan Gallagher supporting a Toronto team:
  • Fifteen years ago, Laval Rocket head coach Sylvain Lefebvre was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs. [Twitter]
  • At some point, every GM ends up with buyer’s remorse. See the 31 players who may have been a mistake and whick contract might be regretted by Marc Bergevin. [FanRag Sports]
  • The Canadiens and the CHC Foundation show their support in the Montreal Pride Parade:
  • The CWHL Draft hosted seven team for the 2017 Player Draft, including two teams from China. In made for a great display ahead of the event for the rapidly growing league. [Twitter]
  • Melodie Daoust is happy to have been Les Canadiennes first-round pick. Be sure to check out our coverage of the draft later today. [Twitter]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • After having the worst save percentage of his career — and lowest in the NHL — last year, the pressure is on Cory Schneider to get back to his old form for the 2017-18 season. [NBC]
  • A Whitehorse teen is looking forward to his first full season in the WHL, and if all goes well, playing for Canada at the Under-17 World Championship in November. [Yahoo]
  • Even though the season hasn’t even started yet, let’s jump right to the 15 teams who probably won’t make the 2017-18 playoffs. [The Hockey News]