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Monday Habs Headlines: Claude Julien stays focused

Here are your daily links including Julien stays focused, Shaw returns, Scherbak’s second love and Bergevin replacements

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Montreal News and Notes

  • Many have given up on this season, but for Claude Julien the next 23 games are a stepping stone for the upcoming season. [RDS]
  • For Nikita Scherbak, basketball runs a very close second to his love of hockey. [NHL]
  • If Marc Bergevin is actually let go after this season, who can replace him? [Montreal Gazette]
  • Andrew Shaw will return to practice on Monday after suffering a lower-body injury on January 13. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Carey Price not getting the nod for Saturday night’s game against the Golden Knights was a head-scratcher, but Julien insists it wasn’t punishment. [Sportsnet]
  • Sure, it’s been a frustrating season but take pleasure in plays like this:

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Devante Smith-Pelly calls out fans for racial taunts against him during Saturday night’s game against the Blackhawks. [ESPN]
  • With injuries and trade decisions, the Flyers goalie situation escalates. [NHL]
  • On Sunday, The NHL’s Department of Player Safety has awarded a two-game suspension to Miles Wood for boarding Vladislav Namestnikov. [ESPN]
  • #HockeyIsForEveryone represents!