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Saturday Habs Headlines: Max Domi supports fellow Type 1 diabetics

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In today's links, Domi opened up about living with Type 1 diabetes, Montreal fixed its defensive lapses, and one sports league is looking to reduce its regular season schedule.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Max Domi hopes to champion the notion that having having Type 1 diabetes isn’t a roadblock to achieving your dreams. [Times Colonist]
  • Though they may fall behind early, the Canadiens have gotten better at catching up. [TSN 690]
  • Despite some ups and downs, Montreal is finishing 2019 on a slight high note. [Le Journal de Quebec]
  • The Canadiens seem to have fixed the defensive lapses in their game. [The Athletic]
  • Marc Bergevin isn’t one to pledge the future of the team in order to achieve short term success. [CBC]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Despite the league moving away from them, take a look back at some of the best enforcers in L.A. Kings history. [Jewels From The Crown]
  • Jake Gardiner turned down a contract with the Montreal Canadiens, not wanting to join another hockey-crazed fanbase. [The Athletic]
  • Calgary Flames assistant GM Chris Snow is facing the toughest battle of his life. [Matchsticks And Gasoline]
  • Olympic gold medalist Beckie Scott fought to ensure that athletes compete cleanly, despite all the obstacles she had to face. [The Star]

The wide world of sports

  • The NBA, which also runs with an 82-game schedule, is reportedly looking at reducing the number of regular-season games. [Sportsnet]