Montreal Canadiens News and Notes
- According to USA today the Habs are performing like Stanley Cup contenders with Carey Price and Shea Weber already at MVP levels. [USA Today]
- Looks like Price is all set as the Habs hit the road, heading off to sunny California.
— Carey Price (@CP0031) November 27, 2016
- In the latest episode of The Duel, Alexander Radulov and Andrew Shaw face off in Giant Bocce. [Canadiens.com]
- The St. John’s IceCaps kicked off their six-game homestand with a series split against the Providence Bruins. [EOTP]
- Mikhail Sergachev is looking pretty comfortable with the Windsor Spitfires. [Twitter]
- Les Canadiennes snapped their two-game losing streak with an overtime winner by Caroline Ouellette. [EOTP]
- Price being Price just never gets old.
It becomes even more impressive when you see it's the 1st of 4 straight saves. He makes the last two after crawling out from under a player. pic.twitter.com/YKGuQkEFa2— InGoal Magazine (@InGoalMedia) November 27, 2016
- Stu Cowan joins Montreal 690 to talk Alex Galchenyuk’s poor faceoff percentage, Charles Hudon’s injury, and the robbery of Artturi Lehkonen. [TSN]
- Marc Bergevin attended his second Sharks game, sending the rumor mill into overdrive. [Twitter]
- Prospect Michael McNiven took a big step over the weekend.
Around the League and Elsewhere
- In some surprising news, the Florida Panthers, currently two points back of a wild-card spot, fired head coach Gerard Gallant after their game on Sunday night. You can expect a lot more to be written on this subject in the coming days. [Twitter]
- Sidney Crosby ties a record that is also held by Mario Lemieux. [PensBurgh]
- Over 20,000 toys were tossed on the ice during the 22nd annual Brick Teddy Bear Toss, hosted by the Calgary Hitmen every year. [SN]
- The ECHL has become a big jumping off point to the NHL. Along with over 600 players, careers have also taken off for referees, coaches, radio personalities, and trainers. [NHL]
- Two black female hockey players of the NWHL take pride in being role model and mentor to young girls. [NY Times]