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Monday Habs Headlines: It’s been 10,000 days since the Canadiens won the Stanley Cup

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In today’s links, the last Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup was the Habs 10,000 days ago, Petry’s impression of Romanov, junior hockey plans still halted by COVID, and more.

1993 Stanley Cup Final - Game Five - Los Angeles Kings v Montreal Canadiens Photo by Denis Brodeur/NHLI via Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • It’s been 10,000 days since a Canadian team has won the Stanley Cup. And, of course, it’s the Canadiens who hold that record. [MTL Blog]
  • Jeff Petry and family are very happy in Montreal and the defenceman is looking forward to playing with Alexander Romanov. [Regina Leader Post]
  • Tyler Toffoli answers important questions... like poutine or smoked meat sandwich?

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Sam Reinhart’s one-year deal with the Buffalo Sabres is a “prove it” year for him, and the majority of the team as well. [Yahoo Sports]
  • At the mercy of COVID-19 and politics, the OHL, QMJHL, WHL have yet to finalize playoff strategies and Memorial Cup details. [CBC]
  • Herb Carnegie’s grandson won’t rest until his grandfather’s legacy is properly recognized. [Sportsnet]
  • Travis Dermott thinks the Maple Leafs’ depth on their back end should spawn some healthy competition this season. [Sportsnet]
  • NHL’s top 10 all-time leaders and top 10 active leaders in career goals. [Sports Illustrated]