Update: Contract talks between Subban and the Canadiens have "cooled off," according to Sportsnet.ca. He has been in negotiations since the lockout ended and has made it clear he wants to return to Montreal.
Recommendation: The two sides will undoubtedly work through the night to put pen to paper. Otherwise, Subban will miss the start of training camp which begins Sunday. He had seven goals, 29 assists and 119 PIMs in 81 games in 2011-12 and is a franchise (and fantasy) cornerstone going forward.