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Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal has officially withdrawn from the National Bank Open in Montreal due to an abdominal injury.

The 22-time Grand Slam champion sustained an abdominal tear back in July, requiring him to pull out of his Wimbledon performance against Nick Kyrgios.

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Novak Djokovic will not be playing at the upcoming National Bank Open in Montreal as he is not vaccinated against COVID-19 and is therefore not permitted to enter Canada. The Canadian government still requires unvaccinated travellers entering the country to quarantine for 14-days upon arrival, which will not be possible for Novak.

According to CTV, Tennis Canada confirmed the news regarding Djokovic's withdrawal from the tennis tournament. For this very reason, Novak Djokovic will most likely not be able to participate in the U.S Open come August 29.

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The wait is (almost) over. The National Basketball Association (NBA) has officially announced two Canadian dates for the preseason in October 2022 as part of its 8th Canada Series and one of 'em will be right here in Montreal.

You definitely don't want to miss the Toronto Raptors' big come back to Montreal, as it's the first time the series will be held in the city since the beginning of COVID-19. The team currently features two Quebec players: Chris Boucher and Khem Birch.

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Hockey fans rejoice, there will once again be a second Montreal hockey team to cheer for! The Premier Hockey Federation (PHF – formerly known as the National Women's Hockey League) announced the introduction of a seventh franchise, right here in Montreal. This will be the second Canadian team in the PHF after the Toronto Six, established for the 2020-21 season.

The new organization, the first women's team in Montreal since the collapse of the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) will be led by Kevin Raphaël and Emmanuel Anderson.

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The Montreal Habs have selected this year's top international prospect in the first pick of the 2022 NHL Draft. 18-year-old Juraj Slafkovský who played left wing in the Finnish Elite League will join the team.

The Slovakia-born player was named MVP at the 2022 Beijing Olympics after helping his team win a bronze medal. He scored seven goals for his country at the Olympics, and three goals with six assists for his team at the IIHF World Championships in Finland this spring.

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It's the night when hockey dreams are made or delayed. Round one of the 2022 NHL Draft kicks off tonight in Montreal. Starting at 7 p.m., prospective players and their families will join NHL coaches and veteran players on the floor of the Bell Centre for a ceremony that will determine which teams get which up-and-coming players and in what order.

The Habs won the draft lottery in May, meaning they get to make the first pick for the newest addition to their team.

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Habs fans, rejoice! The day has officially arrived...the 2022 NHL Draft.

While nothing will compare to watching the draft take place right in the heart of the Bell Centre alongside the Montreal Canadiens, you can still get in on the action with a LIVE viewing party hosted by Molson Export right on the giant screen.

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A star is born. The Indiana Pacers selected Montrealer Bennedict Mathurin to join their team during the 2022 NBA Draft on Thursday. Mathurin was the sixth pick overall.

According to ESPN, the 6'6" 20-year-old grew up in Montreal to parents from Haiti.

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Montreal's Grand Prix is officially on, and while the esteemed event brings out some major F1 fans, it also attracts high-profile celebs, and athletes alike, including former Montreal Canadiens player, PK Subban.

The former Habs defensemen kicked things off during his visit to the 514 this weekend repping Red Bull who brought together a handful of sponsored athletes including Sergio Perez, Yuki Tsunoda, and Sébastian Toutant for none other than a Zamboni race on the Esplanade of the Olympic Park on June 16.

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The Montreal Canadians have quite a lot to celebrate!

The Habs have officially won the 2022 NHL Draft lottery and will be able to have the first pick come the big day in July.

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After a years-long battle with cancer, Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur has died.

The news of Lafleur's death originally came via a Facebook post by his sister, Lise Lafleur, who wrote "Guy I love you, you are done suffering, we will miss you very much."

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