Sunday Habs Headlines: Kevin Shattenkirk has the Montreal Canadiens on his 12-team trade list

In today’s links, Kevin Shattenkirk speculation heats up, an analysis of Alexander Radulov’s play, and reports on an entertaining CWHL All-Star Game.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • It had been previously speculated that Kevin Shattenkirk would find a nice temporary home in Montreal were he to land there as a deadline rental. The news today is that he has the Canadiens on his 12-team trade list, and would be open to the idea of a long-term stay with the club. [Sportsnet]
  • It’s difficult to find fault with Alexander Radulov’s play this year, but if the Canadiens are going to re-sign him to a big contract extension, a full understanding of his skill set is necessary. [Sportsnet]
  • With another goal in last night’s game, some more evidence of just how good Max Pacioretty is:/
  • You may have been shaking your head at Al Montoya’s stumble on the first goal yesterday. He was doing the same. [Amanda Stein]
  • Playing well but taking a loss can no longer be seen as a moral victory for the slumping Habs, as Nathan Beaulieu attests. [Heather Engel]
  • Our Brad Simpson joined the Toast Dispatch podcast to discuss the Habs and Blues ahead of yesterday’s matchup. [Toast Dispatch]
  • The CWHL All-Star Game was played in front of more than 8000 fans at the Air Canada Centre, and they all witnessed an entertaining game played by the top women in the sport. We’ll have a full recap of the friendly contest later today. [Robyn Flynn]
  • The in-arena announcer referred to the CWHL’s Brampton Thunder as the ECHL’s Canadiens-affiliated Brampton Beast on a few occasions during Saturday’s All-Star Game. Their official Twitter accounts had an exchange about that. [Twitter]
  • Having paid players may not be in the cards for next season, but it is on the horizon for the CWHL:/
  • That plan got a boost from a new partnership with the NHLPA. [CBC]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • After infamously refusing to don the jersey on his draft day, Eric Lindros put on a Quebec Nordiques sweater for the first time. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Henrik Lundqvist’s victory over the Colorado Avalanche was the 400th of his career, making him the first European-born goaltender to achieve that mark in the NHL. [NHL PR]
  • A message for the late Mike Ilitch from the folks at our Detroit Red Wings sister site. [Winging It in Motown]
  • P.K. Subban got involved in an altercation and lost track of which party he was battling with. [Sportsnet]/

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