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Saturday Habs Headlines: Claude Julien taking measured approach to team’s flaws

In today’s links, Claude Julien’s thoughts on the Canadiens’ penalty kill, Jonathan Drouin is finally settling in, and simplifying advanced stats.

Montreal Canadiens v Minnesota Wild Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Claude Julien isn’t impressed with the team’s porous penalty kill. [Radio-Canada]
  • Despite the disappointing lose to San Jose, the Canadiens’ coach opted to take a different route when it came to dealing with his players. [NHL]
  • Jonathan Drouin has learned to embrace the pressures that come with playing for the Canadiens. [CBC]
  • There will always be something special about watching the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Montreal Canadiens on Hockey Night in Canada. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Legendary Canadiens coach Scotty Bowman sat down fellow Habs alumni Ken Dryden, to reflect on his memorable career. [CBC]
  • Max Domi has started a new charitable initiative to give back to those living with Type 1 diabetes. [Global Newswire]
  • Danny Gallivan’s childhood home was partially destroyed by fire, and there is a call to make it a heritage site before it’s too late. [Amherst News]
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  • A blast from the past:

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