Monday Habs Headlines: Looking back at 1993 victory — 25 years later

Here are your daily links including 25 years after winning the Stanley Cup, Habs take part in Hockey de Rue fundraiser, Vejdemo talks about disease, and Fleury heads to the Memorial Cup

Montreal News and Notes

  • Twenty-five years after the last time the Habs raised the Stanley Cup, the men who experienced it look back on the 1993 playoff run. [Sportsnet]
  • For fans, reminiscing about a 10 straight overtime wins during the run for the cup may feel good, but also it also reminds them of the latest version of their Canadiens. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The 1993 victory may be a reminder of the glory days, but is it good marketing? [Montreal Gazette]
  • After losing his mother nine years ago, Swedish prospect Lukas Vejdemo is spreading the word about cardiovascular health. [NHL]
  • Canadiens prospect Cale Fleury headed to the Memorial Cup final with the Regina Pats. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Max Pacioretty and Nicholas Deslauriers stopped by for the Hockey de Rue street hockey fundraiser on Sunday. /

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Familiar foes, Marc-Andre Fleury and Alex Ovechkin, will meet on the biggest of stages on Monday. [Knights on Ice]
  • The Golden Knights have formed a bond with Vegas first responders following the October 1, 2017 mass shooting. [NHL]
  • The city of Las Vegas is showing their full support for the Knights by adopting a strict no-caps policy to counter the Capitals official hashtag #ALLCAPS. [NHL]
  • Last season, the Florida Panthers had their third best total in franchise history and were so close to making it to the playoffs. Now they need a good off-season game plan. [TSN]/

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