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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Canadiens offence is hitching a ride with Daniel Carr.

Winter Classic news, a new Hab joins the fold, Dickie Moore laid to rest, and more

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Montreal Canadiens links:

  • Daniel Carr has been a fine addition to the Canadiens struggling offence, and has found the back of the net quite often as of late. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Canadiens and Bruins weaved into history while finding their Winter Classic jerseys. [BG]
  • Alexei Emelin was a healthy scratch last night, and Mark Barberio made his Montreal Canadiens debut against his former team, the Tampa Bay Lightning. Sven Andrighetto and Greg Pateryn also drew back in the lineup. [EOTP]
  • The Canadiens have traded Zack Kassian to Edmonton for goaltender Ben Scrivens. [Canadiens]
  • Ben Scrivens can actually help the Habs, take a look at this analysis by our very own Jack Han. [EOTP]
  • With Scrivens being acquired, Dustin Tokarski was sent down to St. John's:
  • Dickie Moore was a great, humble gentleman. He was laid to rest on Monday in Montreal. [CTVM]
  • Marc Bergevin gives Michel Therrien a full vote of confidence, saying he never thought about firing him during this slump. [SN]
  • Gillette Stadium is starting to look really good for this week's Winter Classic events. [GS]
  • What city has better food; Montreal or Boston? The Epix crew gives us a preview at the new episode of Road to the Winter Classic, airing tomorrow. [NHL]
  • The NHL has made it official, Les Canadiennes and the Boston Pride will be playing an outdoor game in Boston on Thursday. [NHL]
  • Here is your weekly dose of Canadiens comics. [EOTP]

Around the NHL and elsewhere:

  • Team Canada survived an early 1-0 scare against Team Denmark, and won 6-1 on Monday afternoon. [Toronto Star]
  • Evgeny Kuznetsov wrote a great piece on hockey in Russia for The Player's Tribune. [TPT]
  • Bruins forward, David Krejci, is week-to-week with an upper-body injury, and it seems as if he'll be out for the Winter Classic. [THN]
  • Sweden beat USA 1-0 in a big upset at the World Juniors on Monday morning. [PHT]
  • Evander Kane has responded to the allegations against him by saying "I've done nothing wrong." [The Score]
  • John Tortorella calls out the Blue Jackets veterans, says "it's embarrassing." [EOH]
  • It's time for the Blue Jackets management to take responsibility. [PHT]
  • Advanced stats are showing the Panthers and Penguins trending upwards, Capitals and Canucks trending downward. [THN]
  • Check out some of the best hockey hits of 2015. [The Score]
  • Here is a list of first round picks playing at the World Juniors. [THW]
  • Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler is out at least the next week with a sprained knee, and it could be much longer. The Ducks have recalled Shea Theodore. [PHT]