Sunday Habs Headlines: Jeff Petry is a proud father

Here are your daily links, including Trudeau’s shifting allegiances, a proud Habs father, birthday wishes for Subban, and more

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • As the only Canadian team left in the playoffs, the Ottawa Senators have drawn the support of Justin Trudeau, and he encourages other Habs fans to back the Sens, too. There may be some resistance to that idea. [CBC]
  • Can Habs fans cheer for the Senators? Sure. Should they? That depends. It may create a micro-fracture in Habs pride. [TSN 690]
  • This Mother’s Day, Brendan Gallagher’s mom shares how proud she is of her son—on and off the ice. [Canadiens]
  • Jeff Petry knows you’ve got to start them young!/
  • Andreas Martinsen tied things up to earn Norway a point in their OT loss to Finland. [NHL]
  • With PK Subban and the Nashville Predators winning Game 1 of the Western Conference final, takes on the Weber-Subban trade are as hot as ever. [SN]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Switzerland came back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Team Canada in overtime, but Canada still holds the top spot in Group A. [TSN]
  • Swedish goalie Linus Söderström recently signed with the New York Islanders, and he’s taking things one step at a time in his promising career. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • The Arizona Coyotes’ arena woes continue, as they search for alternatives to playing in Glendale’s Gila River Arena. [Five For Howling]
  • After spending a few weeks in Pittsburgh earlier this season, former Hab Mike Condon will be backing up Craig Anderson as the Senators face the Penguins in the Eastern Conference final. [Journal de Montréal]
  • Will we see Jamaica competing in Olympic hockey someday soon? [BarDown]
  • Hockey Twitter got a little touchy on Saturday night when puck drop for Penguins-Senators was delayed by golf. [SB Nation]
  • Some friends in Montreal wished PK Subban a happy birthday on Twitter yesterday./
  • London Knights assistant GM Jake Goldberg is heading to Arizona. [Twitter]
  • After a long and difficult recovery, Clarke MacArthur is back on the ice and helping his team in the Eastern Conference final. [SN]/

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