Monday, September 10, 2012

Montreal Canadiens to Challenge Lockout, P.K Subban, Negotiations and More

Erik Cole - Montreal Canadiens v Carolina Hurricanes
Good Monday Habs fans!

Leave up to the Montreal Canadiens to be in the middle of things, eh?

Recent reports indicate that the players have hired Montreal-based lawyer Michael Cohen, who then sent a cease and desist letter to the Canadiens' owners and the NHL.

In short, they are claiming that t would be unlawful for the players to be locked out because the NHLPA isn't certified by the Quebec Labour Board.

Chatter on Twitter also suggests that the NHLPA is looking into the possibility of doing something similar in the other provinces.

Sly move if you ask me. 

Habs and Hockey News

- The community at HabsWorld contemplates the still unsigned P.K Subban. Speaking of P.K, he was named the top Hab under 25 by Eyes on the Prize. No great surprise there.  

- For those of you who follow these links regularly, you know I'm kind of a nerd for far-flung international hockey. On that note, the Canterbury Devils were recently crowned champions of New Zealand. And hey, we have contacts with NZ, Kamal has done a few guest spots on radio there!

(Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images North America)


Marc lets get going on the signing of P.K. Subban the team needs him, we don't want him stolen by another team for nothing!!!

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