Saturday Habs Headlines: Max Domi joins the Canadiens

Habs trade Galchenyuk for Domi, reflecting on Sergachev and Drouin on the one year anniversary of the trade, Dryden on concussions, and more in today's links

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Last night, the Habs acquired Max Domi for Alex Galchenyuk. The trade was one for one. [Canadiens]
  • Brendan Gallagher had messages for both players. [Galchenyuk | Domi]/

6 great years! Go do your thing brotha @agally94 đź’Ż

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  • Nikita Scherbak also had a farewell for Chucky. [Twitter]/
  • The official draft order has been revealed, and the Habs have quite a few picks in the mix. [Canadiens]
  • Marc Bergevin has everyone guessing when it comes to what the Habs will do at the Draft this year. [FRS Network]
  • Both Ryan Poehling and Cayden Primeau were invited to the 2018 World Junior Summer Showcase. [Canadiens]
  • Exactly a year ago, Jonathan Drouin joined the Habs. He had a rough first year, but his performance at the end leaves room for optimism. [The Athletic]
  • Former Canadiens great Ken Dryden weighs in on the NHL concussion situation. [The Athletic]
  • Carey Price has some advice for future dads. /

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • With Father's Day coming up, some hockey dads had letters for their NHL player sons. [The Athletic]
  • Alex Ovechkin continues to share the Cup with Washington. [NHL]
  • While Drouin had a rough year, Mikhail Sergachev shone in Tampa. [The Athletic]
  • It's beginning to look like the New York Islanders and John Tavares will work out a new contract. [Sportsnet]
  • If the Calder Cup champion Toronto Marlies (assembled by new GM Kyle Dubas) are anything to judge by, the future of the Maple Leafs continues to brighten. [NHL]
  • Sonia Scurfield, the only Canadian woman whose name is on the Cup, has died at 89. [CBC]
  • The Oilers need to trade Milan Lucic...but can Peter Chiarelli do it without repeating his meariad of previous mistakes? [NBC Sports]
  • Ottawa's summer continues to be the stuff of nightmares as Mike Hoffman and his fiance Monika Caryk deny that they are the source of the bullying campaign against Erik Karlsson's wife Melinda. Meanwhile assistant GM Randy Lee has been suspended. [NBC Sports | Sportsnet | Ottawa Citizen]
  • Things were already going to be hard for the Sens to sign Karlsson this summer. Things have obviously gotten that much more complicated. [TSN]
  • After being the target of terrible racist slurs and behaviors during a tournament in Quebec, the First Nations Elites Bantam team are hoping to turn the events of the tournament into a teaching moment for the sport. [TSN]/

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