Saturday Habs Headlines: How much is Alex Radulov worth?

The Habs have lots of work to do, including signing Alexander Radulov. Updates on Habs prospects, international hockey, and more

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Nobody knows what it will take to sign Alexander Radulov, but Bob McKenzie takes a wild guess. [Bob McKenzie]/
  • The Habs could need to completely change their mindset. [Montreal Gazette]
  • With the loss to the Crunch last night, 20 years of AHL comes to an end in St. John’s./
  • Victor Mete spent the season in the shadow of Habs prospect Mikhail Sergachev. [La Presse]
  • Jacob de La Rose remains a mystery, as he has yet to carve a permanent spot in the Habs’ NHL lineup. [Journal de Montréal]
  • The Canadiens signed undrafted Antoine Waked after his best season in the QMJHL. [Habs EOTP]
  • The Habs sweep the podium in TVA’s top ten Quebec-born players in the playoffs. [TVA Sports]
  • AHL Executives visit the home of the soon-to-be Laval Rocket. [Rocket]/
  • Sylvain Lefebvre is confident in his future with the Canadiens’ organisation. [RDS]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Olivier Bouchard examines the controversy that refuses to die, the utilisation of P.K. Subban. [NHL]
  • As always, Subban’s personality, which makes him the star he is, comes under fire from some old guy who once beat a fan with a shoe. [SB Nation NHL]
  • The New York Islanders have inked an affiliation with the ECHL’s new team, the Worcester Railers. [Islanders]
  • Fans are beginning to put pressure on teams about players with history of sexual assault or domestic violence. [Puck Daddy]
  • Julien Brisebois wears many hats for the Tampa Bay Lightning, but he’s also a very hands-on General Manager of the AHL’s Syracuse Crunch. [ICI Radio-Canada]
  • Thomas Roost takes a look at differences in player development between European leagues and the NHL. [Swiss Hockey News]
  • A new crop of players are joining Team Canada for the Worlds. [Hockey Canada]/
  • In a dramatic finish, Korea was promoted to the top-tier of IIHF competition after a shootout win over Ukraine. [IIHF]/

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