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This photo of Youppi wearing a New York Rangers jersey in Montreal was one of 10 posted to the...

This photo of Youppi wearing a New York Rangers jersey in Montreal was one of 10 posted to the Canadiens' Twitter account. (Via @CanadiensMTL)

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Here's a roundup of news and tidbits to help you get your day going.

1. Sad Youppi!

After losing a playoffs bet, the Habs surrendered their Twitter account to Jimmy Fallon on Sunday, and photos of their ginger mascot Youppi! moping around Montreal in a Rangers jersey were posted.

The New York Rangers will face the Los Angeles Kings for the Cup starting on Wednesday.

Here is a recap of the final between LA and Chicago.


2. Rob Ford announces return

Toronto’s rehabbing mayor says he’s planning on returning to the city for the Canada Day festivities.

Rob Ford recently spoke to QMI Agency’s Joe Warmington, saying he misses the city and that Torontonians can expect to see a new and improved Rob Ford.

"I can't wait to come back," he said. "I can't wait to get in there and debate Chow and Tory."

Click here for more of the interview.


3. Maleficent dominates box office, Bieber video surfaces

This weekend a Disney movie beat out X-Men: Days of Futures Past at the U.S. and Canadian box offices.

Maleficent, a quasi spin-off of Sleeping Beauty starring Angelina Jolie, raked in $70 million in ticket sales.

The X-Men flick generated $32.6 million.

In other entertainment news, Justin Bieber has apologized after a video of him saying the N-word as a teenager was published by the U.K. Sun.


4. Cops didn’t know gunman had weapons

The latest in the disturbing case of California gunman Elliot Rodger is that the police, who had visited him on several occasions before last week’s massacre, had no idea he owned firearms.

The LA Times reported on Friday that the cops could have discovered this by searching police databases.

Last week it was reported that authorities were also aware of Rodger's YouTube videos, but didn't watch them.


5. Pirate Bay co-founder arrested

The co-founder of popular torrent website the Pirate Bay has been arrested after nearly two years on the run.

Peter Sunde received jail time and was fined for violating copyright laws.

The website is still running, reportedly under new ownership.

With files from Reuters and QMI Agency


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