Monday Habs Headlines: The Canadiens take in the F1 festivities in Montreal

Here are your daily links including the firing of an armature scout, Habs at the Grand Prix, and remembering 1993

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • A Habs spotting at the F1 Grand Prix du Canada/
  • With less than two weeks to go before the NHL Draft, the Canadiens have fired one of their scouts. [Montreal Gazette]
  • It was the perfect storm that allowed the Canadiens to “shock the hockey world” and bring home the 24th Stanley Cup in franchise history. [Sportsnet]
  • That was the last time they hoisted the Stanley Cup. So, how do they go about ending the drought? [The Athletic]
  • What else was going on in 1993 while the Habs were making a run for their historic Stanley Cup win? [NHL]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • When Washington Capitals director of goaltending, Mitch Korn, raised the Stanley Cup, his “Children of the Korn” celebrated with him. [NHL]
  • Lou Lamoriello may continue with his trading pattern, this time Braden Holtby’s backup, Philipp Grubauer may be his target. [TSN]
  • Johnny McKenzie, a two-time cup winner with the Boston Bruins in 1970 and 1972, passed away on Friday after a lengthy illness. [NHL]
  • The Alex Ovechkin party continues, and 31 other thoughts by Elliotte Friedman. [Sportsnet]
  • Three-time NHL All-Star Ilya Kovalchuk takes a meeting with the L.A Kings and San Jose Sharks. [Yahoo Sports]/

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