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by The Upper Canadien on 01/08/13 at 08:53 PM ET
Not much news yet, as the CBA hasn't been signed, but a few quick notes:
- Negotiations are ready to go between Don Meehan and Marc Bergevin to get PK Subban's new contract worked out.
- Mike Commodore has been invited to Canadiens training camp, giving the Habs a plethora of NHL defencemen
- Alex Galchenyuk is expected to be at Habs camp, and coach Michel Therrien is reported to be a huge fan
My quick two cents: the Commodore bit is interesting, as the Habs already have, arguably, too many defencemen. Perhaps M. Bergevin will swing a trade or two to put his stamp on the club. With Viskovsky walking out on the Isles, perhaps there's a match? Just an idea, but I would be surprised if we don't see a move or two in Montreal before the season begins next weekend.
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