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Monday Habs Headlines: The Canadiens can go far if Shea Weber and Carey Price continue to deliver

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Here are your daily links including how high the Habs climb depend largely on Price and Weber, Kotkaniemi continues to improve, praise for Danualt and Mete, and more

Montreal Canadiens v New York Rangers - Game Six Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Montreal News and Notes

  • How far up the Habs climb over their final 36 games will depend largely on Shea Weber and Carey Price delivering like they did on Saturday. [Sportsnet]
  • The Canadiens put in a complete effort against Colorado, but it was Victor Mete who received the most praise from his teammates. [NHL]
  • Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s possession numbers and his recent play in all three zones show that his play continues to improve as the season goes on. [Scrimmage and Stats]
  • Phillip Danault was named first star against the Avalanche after being a quite force on the ice. [Journal de Montreal]
  • What’s the best way to spend your 99th birthday? Why, at your first Habs game of course! [NHL]
  • An inconsistent Jonathan Drouin could learn from Max Domi. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski joined Habs Breakfast to discuss the Canadiens big win, the future, and more. [TSN 690]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Mike Matheson of the Florida Panthers uses his psychology background to sharpen his focus and mentor other players. [NHL]
  • The CWHL All-Star game is coming up on January 20 and we now have all the deets you need. [The Ice Garden]
  • We’re six weeks out from the trade deadline and it looks like it’s shaping up to be a buyer’s market. [Sportsnet]
  • Braden Holtby gives an update on the eye injury he sustained during Saturday’s game