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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Teeing off on a new season

Price wants to win, Marner wants a contract, Ovi's here to remind you the Russian Machine never breaks, and more with the season just around the corner.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • It should come as no surprise that Carey Price wants to win. [CTV News]
  • Shea Weber is eager to start the season healthy this year. [NHL]
  • The Canadiens kicked off the beginning of the preseason with the traditional golf tournament. [Twitter]
  • Previewing the Habs’ season at least once more. [The Athletic]
  • The roster for the USports all-star team which will face the Habs’ prospects has been announced. [Twitter]
  • The Habs hope that youth and continuity will carry them back to the playoffs. [TSN | The Athletic]
  • With a deep prospect pool, and a wealth of picks, the Habs are in a strong position to improve through trade as well as through draft. [Sportsnet]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Never fear, despite a scare, the Russian machine never breaks...
  • But he does sometimes bust up his face falling off a bike. [Instagram]
  • Henrik Lundqvist designed a gun for a cause. [Twitter]
  • The story of the Wiesblatt brothers is a hard one, but they and their mother Kim refuse to let it stop them. [The Athletic]
  • Connor McDavid is pleased with his recovery, and is looking forward to the season. [Yahoo]
  • Ray Shero reportedly doesn't care if Pavel Zacha considers signing in the KHL. [Yahoo]
  • Leon Draisaitl is more focused on team success than on another 50 goal season. [TSN]
  • With training camp just around the corner, there are still some big question marks. [Sportsnet]
  • John Tavares expresses support for Mitch Marner. [NHL]
  • The quiet around this round of NHL labor talks is raising some cautious optimism. [NBC Sports]
  • Dani Rylan remains adamant about the NWHL's continuation. [ESPN]