Habs Headlines: Jeremiah Addison and Mikhail Sergachev impress at the Memorial Cup

Habs prospects steal the show, rookie tournament information, patience for Galchenyuk, and more Canadiens links

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Jeremiah Addison stole the show last night, scoring a hat trick and powering the Windsor Spitfires to a berth in the Memorial Cup Final. [Goal #1 - Goal #2 - Goal #3]
  • Mikhail Sergachev also got in the action, scoring a goal of his own. Habs prospects scored all four goals for Windsor. [EOTP]
  • The Canadiens will take part in the 2017 rookie tournament in Toronto, playing two games in early September. [Canadiens]
  • Bob Gainey and Pat Burns were part of the Quebec Sports Hall's Class of 2017 [Gazette]
  • Patience is in order when it comes to Alex Galchenyuk and Nathan Beaulieu. [RC]
  • Prospect Matt Bradley will boost Regina’s chances at the Memorial Cup next year. [Regina Post]
  • Bob McKenzie suggests the Habs are at a crossroads. And he’s not wrong. [TSN 690]
  • Jakub Jerabek was named to the KHL’s First All-Star Team/
  • Over 30 years ago a young goalie from Quebec City led the Sherbrooke Canadiens to a Calder Cup win. [AHL]
  • Brian Flynn believes he could have centered the third line by the end of the season if he hadn't gotten hurt. Aim for the stars! [Canadiens]
  • The Lindgren brothers maintain a close bond while chasing their hockey dreams. [Canadiens]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The KHL is under massive financial strain. They’ve recently cut two teams, and they’re experiencing lengthy wage delays. [TSN]
  • Craig Cunningham will join the Coyotes as a professional scout. [NHL]
  • Sean Burke discusses what the Olympics could look like without NHLers. [Sportsnet]
  • There’s an upcoming E:60 episode on former Habs defenceman P.K. Subban [E:60]
  • Nashville’s fantastic four on defence have been doing a great job shutting down opposing players and generating offence. [RDS]
  • Not to mention Pekka Rinne’s excellent play of late. [OtF]
  • The Red Wings signed defenceman Libor Sulak from the Austrian League. [TSN]
  • Kyle Dubas may have a new home next season. /

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