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Friday Habs Headlines: Mark Streit was shocked by being placed on waivers

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In today’s links, Mark Streit did not foresee the end of his second Canadiens tenure, the Galchenyuk affair benefits no one, and a look at other struggling Canadian teams.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Mark Streit was shocked by his demotion. [RDS | TSN]
  • How has Jonathan Drouin’s transition to centre worked out? [RDS]
  • Nothing good came from Mario Tremblay’s baseless comments on Alex Galchenyuk. [The Athletic]
  • An unrecognizable Martin Reway now tries to re-climb the hill. [Athletique]
  • Shea Weber and Charles Hudon have both offered brotherly support to Victor Mete. [Canadiens.com]
  • Former Canadien Tom Kostopoulos will always have links to Quebec. [RDS]
  • Perhaps the Habs could take a page from the Kings and try out a new coaching approach? [Alexandre Gascon]

Around the league and elsewhere:

  • Wojtek Wolski, Rene Bourque, Chris Lee, and Ben Scrivens headline your Team Canada roster selection for the Karjala Cup. [Sportsnet]
  • Rookie Logan Brown was surprised to be sent back to the OHL. [TSN]
  • Connor McDavid is preaching calm amidst a sputtering start. [TSN]
  • Travis Yost looks at the lack of bottom-six production on Canadian teams. [TSN]
  • Would the Toronto Maple Leafs be better off with Noah Hanifin instead of Mitch Marner? [Sportsnet]
  • Kelly Hrudey talks about Canadian vs. American markets, handshake lines, and of course, the high stick. [The Athletic]
  • Vancouver Canucks prospect Elias Pettersson notched three goals and two assists as his Växjö Lakers defeated Frölunda 7-3 in SHL action. [Twitter]