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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Charles Hudon’s celebrations as special as his goals

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Here are your daily links including Hudon’s celebration routine, there’s still hope for the Habs, and Shaw’s off-ice skills

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Montreal News and Notes

  • Charles Hudon’s patience paid off on Monday night when he notched his first - and second - NHL goals in a win against the Senators. [Montreal Gazette]
  • There’s a reason Hudon points skyward during his goal celebrations. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Thirteen goals in two games? There might just be hope for this season after all. [Journal de Montreal]
  • An explanation on where the flurry of goals are suddenly coming from. [RDS]
  • The eight goals against the Senators made history when the Habs produced their highest single-game goal total against the Sens since they rejoined the NHL in 1992-93. [Ottawa Sun]
  • Five thoughts on Monday nights victory, including puck luck and the breakthrough of Hudon and Artturi Lehkonen. [RDS]
  • The two styles of elite puckhandling goalies and where Carey Price fits in. [Sportsnet]
  • Hall of Famer, and nine time Stanley Cup champion, Larry Robinson gives his thoughts on today’s NHL. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Looks like Andrew Shaw has some skills off the ice too!

Got into the Halloween spirit and carved some pumpkins!

A post shared by Andrew Shaw (@shawz65) on

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • With Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Month beginning League-wide on Wednesday, T.J Oshie of the Capitals hangs with his 9-year-old pal, Addy Flint. [NHL]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins are a little perplexed as to why they’re losing back-to-back games. [NHL]
  • If you’re really looking for a scare this Halloween, check out the Top 10 Truly Frightening NHL Starts for this season. [Sportsnet]
  • It’s approaching that time of year when NHL coaches start to bite the bullet. Thirteen potential coaches are waiting in the wings. [TSN]
  • Some people enjoyed Connor McDavid’s interpretation of Donald Trump for Halloween. Others, not so much. [TSN]