Tuesday Habs Headlines: Alex Radulov extension talks ongoing

Nathan Beaulieu trade rumours heat up, the NHL is gearing up for a potentially silly off-season, Radulov and Habs talk contract, also Pens celebration coverage and more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Whether a top C is a possible return, there’s a feeling one transaction may send Nathan Beaulieu packing. [EOTP]
  • Reports indicate there has been action between Alexander Radulov and the Canadiens. /
  • For anyone visiting, passing by, or interested in Lynnfield, MA - hometown of Brian Flynn - see what the Habs’ forward has to say about his hometown. [Canadiens]
  • Leave it to oddsmakers to pin numbers on favourites for next year’s Stanley Cup contenders - with Montreal in the fourth spot. [Journal de Montréal]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Evgeni Malkin suffered an upper body injury, but it didn’t happen in Game Six, it happened while celebrating the Cup victory. [Post-Gazette]
  • Kristopher Letang is still recovering from a neck injury, but the All-Star defenceman remained an integral part of the Penguins’ championship. [Post-Gazette]
  • Sidney Crosby was ultimately an easy, controversy-free choice for the playoff MVP. [NHL]
  • The two-time Conn Smythe winner made this kid’s day - and also Gino Reda’s. [Gino Reda]/
  • Even Triple H and the WWE are getting in on the party, creating an awesome token for the Pittsburgh Penguins. [NHL]
  • Meanwhile in Nashville, things aren’t so bright right now, but it’ll get better. [Deadspin]
  • It’s (almost) official - Andrew Barroway becomes the sole proprietor of the Arizona Coyotes. [Five for Howling]
  • The Florida Panthers have announced Bob Boughner as their new head coach. [Puck Daddy]
  • We’re about to get some new friends in the SBNation NHL family - stay tuned for more! [Danny Webster]/
  • Knights on Ice may have a new goaltender to talk about, as Marc-André Fleury agrees to waive his NMC ahead of the expansion draft. [Renaud Lavoie]
  • Detroit’s new arena was designed after taking in all the competition. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Craig Cunningham showed the heart to become his own miracle on the ice. [Dan Arruda]/

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