Monday Habs Headlines: P.K. Subban wants to get back to work

P.K. Subban talks to RDS about his summer, Phillip Danault is hoping for more than a qualifying offer, and more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • P.K. Subban has had an eventful summer but he would trade it all to have had a shorter offseason. [RDS]
  • Philip Danault is hoping for a full contract offer from the Canadiens, and is waiting to accept his qualifying offer. [Journal de Montréal]
  • The NHL Draft sees many veteran players traded - could Alexei Emelin be on the move? [TVA Sports]
  • Chris Nilan continues to deny the 1986 Stanley Cup ring being auctioned off in a mafia settlement was his and is tired of answering questions about it. [Journal de Montréal]
  • Ryan Johnston and Joel Hanley go head-to-head in an orange race in the latest installment of The Duel. [YouTube]
  • Zach Fucale teamed up with Montreal singer Sam Roberts to promote awareness of ALS. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • After two years as host of Hockey Night in Canada, CBC/Sportsnet has let George Stroumboulopoulos go and are expected to replace him with Ron Maclean. [The Star]
  • NHL players took to Twitter to celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday. [NHL]
  • After trading Teuvo Teravainen to Carolina, the Chicago Blackhawks have signed propsect Nick Schmaltz to a three-year deal. [TSN]
  • Jesse Puljujarvi will have knee surgery and while he will be ready for NHL training camp, he will miss the summer’s development camps. [NHL]
  • Is there really a link between the average size of players on a team and overall success in the NHL? It seems that perhaps there is not. [Twitter]
  • Size also is not exclusive to good goaltending. [Ottawa Sun]
  • After a layover in the KHL, would Carl Klingberg be ready for a return to the NHL, and where does he think he would be a good fit? [HockeySverige]

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