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Monday Habs Headlines: Phillip Danault’s confidence pays off

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Here are your daily links including Danault brings confidence to the ice, there’s still hope for Price, and Reway heads home

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Phillip Danault brought confidence to the ice Saturday night against the Rangers, and it paid off big time. [Montreal Gazette]
  • During that game we also saw the Andrew Shaw of Chicago, four goals against Price, and Karl Alzner take over for Victor Mete. [RDS]
  • Martin Réway heads home after he and the Laval Rocket agreed to mutually terminate his contract with the club on Sunday. [EOTP]
  • Despite Carey Price’s slow start, there’s still hope that he’ll emerge from his current funk. [Montreal Gazette]
  • In the latest episode of The Duel, Paul Byron and Shaw go on a treasure hunt at the SOS Labyrinthe in Old Montreal. [NHL]
  • They were both bood sports about the result:
  • Five things to know before heading into tonight’s game against the Senators. [Montreal Gazette]
  • What has Alex Galchenyuk done so bad that he’s still shunned to the fourth line? [Journal de Montreal]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski joins Habs Breakfast to discuss the smart move of separating Max Pacioretty and Jonathan Drouin. [TSN]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • A Stanley Cup monument was unveiled in Ottawa for the 125th anniversary of the trophy. [NHL]
  • After being assigned to the AHL but failing to report, Vadim Shipachyov was suspended by the Vegas Golden Knights.
  • The CWHL’s expansion into China is off to a strong start. [Sportsnet]
  • The start of the season had many thinking that the Edmonton Oilers were serious Stanley Cup contenders. But, now 10 games in, it’s time for a little reassessment. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Tyler Toffoli beat Tuukka Rask on the faceoff with 0.9 seconds left on the clock to give the L.A. Kings an overtime victory. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Looks like Mikhail Sergachev will be calling Tampa home for a while. [Tampa Bay]