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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Despite the Canadiens tough stretch, P.K. Subban has dominated

Here are your daily links, including Nathan Beaulieu's roller-coaster season, Ben Scrivens getting another start, a job opportunity, Scott Darling and Michael Grabner being awesome people, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens links:

  • Despite how badly the Canadiens have played in the last two months, P.K. Subban has been dominant. [Metro]
  • Pierre McGuire thinks that the Canadiens aren't done yet, and still have a chance at a late season playoff run. [690]
  • Let's take an advanced stats look at how bad Montreal was during their losing stretch. [HP]
  • Many Canadiens first-round picks have shared the same pain that Nathan Beaulieu is enduring right now. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Coach Therrien confirmed Ben Scrivens will make his third straight start tonight against Tampa, after back-to-back wins this weekend in Montreal:
  • Nathan Beaulieu's season has been a roller-coaster ride, from the first pairing, to a chance he can be scratched a third straight game tonight. [LP]
  • The Canadiens took advantage of a bad Oilers team to help get them back on track on Saturday. [690]
  • Les Canadiennes made are on the Bell Centre jumbotron, this is a little behind the scenes bloopers. [LC]
  • Check out this profile on Canadiennes forward, Ann-Sophie Bettez. [LP]
  • Calling all Montreal-area students. Are you interested in working in hockey analytics? McGill is looking for students to join their analytics department. [EOTP]

Around the NHL and elsewhere:

  • Scott Darling paid for a hotel and groceries for a complete stranger in need. [SCH]
  • Michael Grabner surprised his former billets, who are huge Broncos fans, with tickets to Super Bowl 50. [PPP]
  • The Bruins updated the status of goaltender Malcolm Subban. He suffered a fractured larynx, and is sidelined indefinitely. [Bruins]
  • What is going on with the Winnipeg Jets and how to potentially fix them. [AIH]
  • Jaromir Jagr doesn't think Peyton Manning should retire:
  • The three NHL stars of the week were named, and it was no surprise that Sidney Crosby was number one. [NHL]
  • The St. Louis Blues blueline got weaker as Alex Pietrangelo was placed on the injured reserve. He will be re-evaluated in three weeks. [STL]
  • Nearing his return to Boston, Milan Lucic wrote a letter to Bruins fans. [PT]
  • The Winnipeg Jets have re-signed Dustin Byfuglien to a five-year, $38M contract ($7.6AAV). [Jets]
  • HC Slovan is wearing these awesome purple jerseys to raise money and awareness for Hope for Children and World Cancer Day. [Slovan]
  • Eddie Lack got some brand new awesome looking Carolina Hurricanes themed pads. [EL]