Tuesday Habs Headlines: Alexander Radulov among most interesting soon-to-be free agents

Your daily links, looking at potential UFA targets for the Habs, three former Memorial Cup winners look back on their junior success, ongoing Canadiens and IceCaps season reviews and more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Alexander Radulov appears on many top pending free agent lists as the off-season approaches. Should Montreal re-sign Radulov, or perhaps set their sights on some of the other big names who will need new contracts? [Sportsnet]
  • ICYMI, we’re reviewing each player’s season for the Canadiens - most recently captain Max Pacioretty. [Habs EOTP]
  • Shea Weber, Michael McCarron and Nathan Beaulieu look back on the Memorial Cup wins that preceded their NHL careers. [Canadiens]
  • The 1992-93 Canadiens made a list of the most dominant marches to victory in the Stanley Cup’s modern history. [The Hockey News]
  • Andreas Martinsen’s number 37 is a nod to a friend of his in Norway. [Canadiens]
  • Among a swarm of Bob Hartley rumours in the KHL, Colorado Avalanche prospect Andrei Mironov admits he admires Habs’ blueliner Alexei Emelin. [Journal de Montréal]
  • Like with the NHL club, our IceCaps’ experts have been reviewing the season that was. Tom Parisi showed promise but couldn’t earn the coach’s trust. [Habs EOTP]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Bobby Ryan takes us through the life of an unlikely Stanley Cup semi-finalist. [The Players’ Tribune]
  • The Ottawa Senators may have a fresh new way to look at forward lines and their deployment. [Sportsnet]
  • The Reporters take a look at the surprising Sens, and evaluate whether Crosby is fading or if Getzlaf is still improving. [TSN]
  • This year’s playoffs are further proof that the two-goal lead is the most dangerous one in hockey. [Sportsnet Stats]
  • Boston Bruins’ prospect Malcolm Subban has his sights set on an NHL role. [TSN]
  • Florida Panthers’ Assistant Coach Todd Reirden is drawing a lot of attention for Head Coaching vacancies. [Frank Severalli]
  • George McPhee, previously Washington Capitals GM, feels the pain of his former team’s  ousting from the playoffs. [The Washington Post]
  • The late Ed Snider, former owner of the Philadelphia Flyers, will have a street named in his honour. [NHL]
  • Stéphane Da Costa is drawing NHL and KHL attention at the WHC with his offensive performance for France. [TSN]
  • Meanwhile, the Italian team has been...   ..less impressive. [Alex Nunn]
  • Danish National veteran Morten Green is retiring from international competition after 19 years representing his country, he was given a rowdy sendoff by the Danes. [IIHF Hockey]
  • The story was much the same for Cristobal Huet’s last game for Les Bleus, as he retires from international hockey and Team France. [Steven Ellis]/

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