Monday Habs Headlines: Marc Bergevin wants to move on from the Subban trade
Marc Bergevin discussed the P.K. Subban trade, as well as a few other of the recent hot Habs news items.
Montreal Canadiens News and Notes
- Marc Bergevin spoke with Dave Stubbs of NHL.com and addressed the P.K. Subban trade and why he prefers to keep looking forward. [NHL]
- The Canadiens’ GM has also spoken about the arrivals of Alexander Radulov and Kirk Muller, as well as explaining the infamous "foxhole guy" comment. [NHL]
- Puck Daddy analyzes the NHL.com interview with Marc Bergevin, and hope one day we’ll find out what really happened with P.K. Subban. [Puck Daddy]
- The Habs lead the league for most one-way contracts, and only one of them is waiver-exempt:
The #Canadiens currently have 25 players on 1-way deals (*lead the league).— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) July 9, 2016
Only 1 of those players is waiver exempt (D. Carr).
Around the League and Elsewhere
- The NHL is now entering its long, drawn-out summer season, which lacks in marketing and events. [Raw Charge]
- The Dallas Stars have invited Asia League champion Sang-Hoon Shin to their development camp and he’s turning some heads with his speed and movement. [Twitter]
- A quick look at hits among NHL playoff teams for the last few years reveals that being on the receiving end of a body check is not a bad thing. [Twitter]
- The AHL is realigning and going through some minor rule changes. [Milwaukee Admirals]
- Hockey parents have much to do to keep their kids competitive, and the latest Ontario Minor Hockey League podcast discusses whether summer hockey leagues are a must or a bust. [OMHA]
- The first China-based KHL team, the Kunlun Red Stars, have their jersey design completed. [SwissHabs]