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Monday Habs Links: Price leads NHL in save percentage since Sochi

Here are your daily links surrounding the Habs and the rest of the hockey world, including Carey Price leading the NHL in save percentage since the Sochi Olympics, and yet another Toronto Maple Leafs jersey was thrown on the ice over the weekend.

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Montreal Canadiens Links

  • Carey Price has entered the Vezina Trophy race, and he might very well be the leader. It's a difficult argument to counter; the Habs superstar leads the NHL in save percentage since the Sochi Olympics. [TVA]
  • The Reporters discuss the Canadiens' impressive road trip and win streak, while pondering if Carey Price might very well be in contention for the Hart Trophy. [TSN]
  • Just in case you haven't heard enough about our superstar goaltender, Carey Price continues to quietly chase many Habs legends. [The Gazette]
  • Brendan Gallagher and Brandon Prust got into a little Twitter fight yesterday after Gallagher chose to side with a random Detroit Lions fan over his teammate. Meanwhile, P.K. Subban celebrated the Dallas Cowboys' victory in style. [The Score]
  • The International Ice Hockey Federation has blamed Hockey Canada for low attendance numbers during the World Juniors in Montreal, citing surprisingly high ticket prices. [CBC]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • It never ends! Yet another Toronto Maple Leafs jersey was thrown on the ice during the team's disappointing 5-1 road loss at the hands of the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday. [Sportsnet]
  • Buffalo Sabres youngster Zemgus Girgensons and five Chicago Blackhawks players have been named the first six NHL All-Stars. Girgensons was the leader in votes with 1,574,896. [NHL]
  • Thomas Vanek and the Minnesota Wild continue to struggle, sitting out of a playoff spot with just 40 points in 37 games. Could head coach Mike Yeo's job be on the line? [Puck Daddy]
  • The Philadelphia Flyers have been fined by the NHL for violating the CBA after travelling on Boxing Day. [Sportsnet]
  • Stop the presses! The Edmonton Oilers continue to make puzzling decisions. After refusing to loan him to Germany for the World Juniors, the team has assigned prospect Leon Draisaitl to his junior squad in the Canadian Hockey League. Did I mention they burned a year of his rookie contract in the process? [La Presse]
  • And lastly, in case you missed it, the ageless Jaromir Jagr scored a hat trick over the weekend. He is now the oldest player in NHL history to do so. [Puck Daddy]