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Wednesday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher only knows one way to play — hard

In today’s links, Gallagher continues to leave it all out on the ice, Domi’s memoir is just around the corner, Suzuki’s confidence is growing, and Byron isn’t losing any sleep.

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Montreal News and Notes

  • Leaving everything he has on the ice every single shift is the only way Brendan Gallagher knows how to play. [Montreal Gazette]
  • And he used a variety of techniques over the years which helped him hit the 300 (155G, 145A) point mark on Sunday. [NHL]
  • Gallagher credits a lot of his recent success to linemates Phillip Danault and Tomas Tatar — and to coach Claude Julien for keeping them together so long. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Max Domi’s memoir about living with Type 1 diabetes will be released on October 29. [NHL]
  • With two goals under his belt, Nick Suzuki’s confidence is growing and he’s starting to feel more comfortable every day. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Paul Byron isn’t losing any sleep due to his season-start slump. [Sportsnet]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Matt Dumba and Hyden Fleury aim to spread mental health awareness by talking about the special meaning behind some of their tattoos. [NHL]
  • Minnesota Wild General Manager Bill Guerin discusses being ‘patient’ and giving the team a ‘chance’. [Sportsnet]
  • The Bruins have placed David Krejci on injured reserve and recalled Anders Bjork from AHL Providence on an emergency basis. [Sportsnet]
  • Ben Bishop is thankful that his family is safe after a tornado touched down near his home Sunday night. [Sportsnet]