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Saturday Habs Headlines: Carey Price’s slump nothing to worry about

Your daily links, including theories and evidence that Carey Price is fine, Barberio and Radulov having great seasons, two legends make a top ten list, and more.

Montreal Canadiens v Detroit Red Wings Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Mark Barberio is a more mature and stable player than he was last year. [RDS]
  • If you’re not convinced by what you see from Alexander Radulov, here’s a recap of his first half-season with the Canadiens. [Sportsnet]
  • Carey Price is perfectly capable of defending himself, but did you know he has a great hip check? Just ask Andrew Shaw.
  • Speaking of Price, there’s been talk of him being in a funk lately - but it can be explained and it shouldn’t cause too much uneasiness. [Puck Daddy]
  • Two Canadiens legends made a recent listing of the top ten players to spend their entire careers with a single franchise. [Pucks and Recreation]
  • Zach Redmond’s mom looks back on the struggles and joys of raising triplets. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Throughout his career, Joe Juneau was a leader. These days, the former Canadiens forward is busy making the lives and educations of Nunavik youth better through hockey. [Journal de Montréal]
  • Not every Habs prospect is having a career year this season. [Mitch Brown]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Once an unproven fan favourite in Montreal, Jiri Sekac has landed in Kazan with the KHL. [RDS]
  • Cabbie gets to know Connor McDavid and his many hats. [TSN]
  • Intent to blow sounds hilarious, but is really more annoying than it need be. [Vice Sports]
  • One year later, John Scott reflects on his life since the NHL All Star Game which made him a household name. [ESPN]
  • Sylvie Marsolais is a Quebec based artist who’s been painting masks for many goaltenders, including a bunch of NHL netminders. [Yahoo! Sports]