Monday Habs Headlines: Added pressure for Carey Price and Shea Weber

Here are your daily links including the added pressure of no Markov, Habs summertime activities, and a possible former Hab for Team Canada in the Olympics

Montreal News and Notes

  • After a big defensive turnover this summer and Andrei Markov’s recent departure, there’s now additional pressure on Carey Price and Shea Weber. [The Score]
  • Until then, Price continues to enjoy his time away from the rink /

Family day at Gyro park #kelowna #bodyglove #bodygloveDynamoISUP

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  • While Alex Galcheynuk feels like the king of the world/

More life Tutto bene 🇮🇹

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  • With NHL players given the no-go to attend next years Olympics, teams will made up of up-and-comers and veterans. Expect Team Canada to give former Habs netminder, Ben Scrivens, a serious look. [FanRag Sports] /

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • After having the best season of his career, 36-years-old defenseman Chris Lee of the KHL has caught the eye of a few NHL teams. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Rasmus Dahlin, a potential number one draft pick for 2018, impressed at the 2017 World Junior Summer Showcase. [NHL]
  • The roster for the 2017-18 Nashville Predators season is pretty much set. Now the big question is, who’s in line to be the next captain? [FanRag Sports]
  • Conor Sheary agreed to a three-year $9 million deal with the Pittsburgh Penguins. [Pensburgh]
  • It was another missed opportunity for the Detroit Red Wings when the window closed on the Jonathan Erricson buyout. [Winning it in motown]/

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