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Monday Habs Headlines: The Canadiens are just getting started

Here are your daily links including LaFleur praises Weber, progress in diagnosing concussions and more

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Already setting a franchise record, the Montreal Canadiens have only just begun to show what kind of team they can be. [SN]
  • The start of the 2016-17 season is one for the Habs history books.
  • Sven Andrighetto and Zach Redmond face off in the latest episode of The Duel: Wet Head edition. [NHL]
  • EOTP’s very own Andrew Zadarnowski gave his two cents during the Habs breakfast on TSN690. [TSN]
  • Guy Lafleur credits Shea Weber’s calmness and confidence as a big reason for the recent play. [JDM]
  • Francis Bouillon is becoming a regular with the St. John’s IceCaps. [EOTP]
  • Eric Engels takes a tour of Montreal with Hometown Hockey, leaving the best place for last. [HometownHockey]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • A simple blood test can now help diagnose concussions and determine when a full recovery has been made. [CBC]
  • A big discussion during the upcoming GM meetings in Toronto will be how to reduce headshots by expanding on the current rules. [SN]
  • Meet Fatima of the UAE women’s national team and her mad skills:
  • The New York Rangers have been “weirdly good” so far this season. What’s their secret? [Twitter]
  • Calgary Flames defenseman, Nicklas Grossmann, is free as a bird after refusing to report to the AHL after not being claimed on waivers. [JDM]