Wednesday Habs Headlines: The Memorial Cup contingent

In today's links, looking at the Habs prospects at the Memorial Cup and the CHL in general, an update on the Pierre-Luc Dubois saga, and the top free agents this summer.

Wednesday Habs Headlines: The Memorial Cup contingent
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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Which Habs prospects are going to the Memorial Cup? [The Hockey Writers]
  • The full report on the Canadiens' CHL prospects. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • What might an extension for Samuel Montembeault look like? [TSN 690 (Audio)]
  • Six veteran free agents whom the Canadiens could potentially target this offseason. [Daily Hive]
  • The Pierre-Luc Dubois saga continues: "One version says Winnipeg was after Nick Suzuki, while the Canadiens tried to build a package around Christian Dvorak, Josh Anderson, and a first-round pick." [The Athletic]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Canada will face Finland in the quarter-finals of the IIHF World Championships. [Daily Faceoff]
  • The top 10 NHL free-agent goaltenders to watch this summer. [The Athletic]
  • Projecting the hypothetical contracts for the top 50 free agents this summer. [Daily Faceoff]
  • New general manager Craig Conroy is eager to put his stamp on the Calgary Flames. [TSN]
  • Corey Pronman and Scott Wheeler predict the first two rounds of the 2023 NHL Entry Draft. [The Athletic]
  • Jack Eichel and the Vegas Golden Knights have been a perfect match. [ESPN]
  • The Florida Panthers are rewriting the narrative of playoff hockey — by having fun. [The Athletic]
  • ‘It was an honor’: Kyle Dubas addresses his departure from the Toronto Maple Leafs. [Daily Faceoff]
  • Should Henrik Zetterberg make the Hockey Hall of Fame? [Daily Faceoff]
  • Pierre LeBrun reports NHL interest in Patrick Roy. [RDS]
  • Clayton Keller's agents reportedly met with the Arizona Coyotes to discuss the team's future. [The Hockey News]
  • Rachel Doerrie discusses the decision-making process for the Maple Leafs and why parting with Kyle Dubas raises eyebrows. [The Hockey News]

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