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Monday Habs Headlines: Tomas Plekanec relieved to end scoring drought

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Here are your daily links including pressure lessened for Plekanec, Lindgren continues to shine and Bon Jovi compliments Matthews

Edmonton Oilers v Montreal Canadiens Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Tomas Plekanec has a little less pressure on his shoulders now that he’s finally notched his first goal of the season. [JDM]
  • Fifty children battling Cancer had a magical evening at the Bell Centre watching the Canadiens take on the Philadelphia Flyers. [JDM]
  • Although victorious against the Flyers on Saturday, the Canadiens are still working on tightening things up. [Montreal Gazette]
  • It might be wise to increase Alex Galchenyuk’s ice time
  • Greg Pateryn and Jeff Petry put their movie knowledge to the test as they face off in The Duel - Emoji Movies edition. [NHL]
  • As part of the NHL Hockey Fights Cancer program, one lucky fan had the privilege of announcing the Habs starting lineup to the boys in the locker room. [NHL]
  • Jack Han helps shed a little light on the Habs PDO. [Twitter]
  • St. John’s IceCaps rookie goaltender, Charlie Lindgren, continues to impress with a 7-1-0 record.

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • A player safety review regarding the hit on Daniel Sedin by Nazem Kadri during Saturday nights Toronto verses Vancouver game, reveals that Kadri will not be serving a suspension. [SN]
  • Mitchell Marner and Auston Matthews are Living on a Prayer during their match against Vancouver on Saturday. They’re skills even earned them praise from Bon Jovi himself.
  • Sweden took home the gold in the World U17 Challenge after defeating Team Canada Black. [Hockey Canada]
  • Slovakia hockey player, Marek Svatos, has passed away at the age of thirty-four. [IIHF]