Montreal Canadiens news and notes
- While the Habs continue on with their six-game road trip, Carey Price took to the ice in Brossard for the first time since suffering a concussion. [Journal de Montreal | Google Translate]
- Phillip Danault and his wife have joined forces with the Jasmin Roy Foundation to help fight violence and intimidation. [La Presse]
- It will be Monday, at the earliest, before we hear anything about the injuries sustained by Max Pacioretty and Victor Mete. [La Presse]
- How low in the standings do you think the Canadiens will be by end of season? [Montreal Gazette]
- Andrew Zadarnowski joined Habs Breakfast to talk about team pride, Antti Niemi’s resurgence, draft strategies, and more. [TSN]
- The Canadiens’ Learn to Play Program began this weekend.
The Canadiens’ Learn to Play Program began this weekend at Guimond Sports Complex in Laval, and will be held there for the next three weekends. #NHL #NHLPA #ThisIsHockey #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/x7Ufzpvs4m— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) March 4, 2018
Around the league and elsewhere
- In the context of eras, Alex Ovechkin’s 40-goal season stands out above those who came before him. [NHL]
- The Florida Panthers find themselves in the final Eastern Conference playoff position after their season-best sixth straight victory on Saturday night. [Yahoo Sports]
- After bringing home the bronze in Sochi for Team Canada during the Paralympics Dominic Larocque, the army veteran-turned-forward-turned-goalie, is aiming for gold. [Sportsnet]
- #NHLGreen does good.