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Saturday Habs Headlines: Montreal’s defence remains a question mark

In today’s links, the questions surrounding the Canadiens’ blue line, what to do with Nick Suzuki, and history was made in the WHL.

Montreal Canadiens v Buffalo Sabres Photo by Nicholas T. LoVerde/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • The Montreal Canadiens’ defence has been a cause for concern through the first four games. [Sportsnet]
  • The Canadiens need to start getting on the board first, if they hope to get more than four points over their next few games. [Radio-Canada]
  • Claude Julien clarified the comments he made regarding Nick Suzuki. [Le Journal De Montreal]
  • Speaking of Suzuki, Pierre McGuire believes he needs to slightly tune his game in order to be more effective. [TSN 690]
  • The Laval Rocket will be welcoming back a familiar face:

Around the league and elsewhere

  • History was made in the WHL, when the Moose Jaw Warriors hired the league’s first ever female coach. [Sportsnet]
  • How long will hockey remain Canada’s game? [National Post]
  • NHL teams may just benefit from changing coaches sooner. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • Despite a lack of resources, Argentina’s national hockey teams continue to thrive. [NHL]
  • Now these new Young Guns cards are definitely worth collecting. [Upper Deck Blog]