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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Carey Price continues to tweak his “recipe”

In today’s links, Price’s game plan continues to mature, the Canadiens’ defence is one of the most productive in the league, Kinkaid remains the emoji king, and bye-bye Don Cherry

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Montreal News and Notes

  • Carey Price has found what he calls a “recipe” that allows him to do what he’s most driven to do — perform consistently. [Sporsnet]
  • Price’s backup, Keith Kinkaid, follows a different recipe. One that makes him the king of emojis on hockey Twitter. Haven’t cracked his code yet? Here’s a cheat sheet. [TSN]
  • The Canadiens D-core has played a huge role in the team’s recent success and has become one of the most productive defensive cores in the NHL so far this season. [NHL]
  • Shea Weber missed Monday’s practice with a virus. [Sportsnet]
  • Here’s your chance to bid on jerseys worn and signed by the Canadiens, all for a good cause.

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • So long, Don. You finally went too far. [National Post]
  • With a 0-4-1 record, a 4.44 GAA and a .879 SV%, the Maple Leafs decided to place Michael Hutchinson on waivers on Monday. [Sporstnet]
  • Sergei Zubov, who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 18, will have his No. 56 retired by the Dallas Stars next season. [NHL]
  • Following a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety, Blue JacketsNick Foligno has been suspended for three games for elbowing Colorado’s Pierre-Edouard Bellemare. [Sportsnet]
  • Twenty-two years old with 400 career points!