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Monday Habs Headlines: Alexander Romanov starts to makes his mark at the World Juniors

In today’s links, Romanov gets on the scoresheet against USA, Mete’s nonna is his biggest fan, Caufield takes time out to answer a few questions, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Alexander Romanov starts to make his mark on the IIHF World Juniors as he helps bridge the gap during Sunday’s contest against the United States.
  • Victor Mete’s nonna is an integral part of his support system and will always be one of his biggest fans. [NHL]
  • Canadiens’ captains night and Jonathan Drouin’s arrival are just some of the highlights of 2019. [Montreal Gazette]
  • As the Canadiens learned during Saturday’s matchup against Tampa, momentum is a good thing to have and a bad thing to lose. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Cole Caufield takes a break from the World Juniors to answer some Instagram questions

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Maple Leafs face a steep character test as they stare at a list of unknown recovery timelines. [Sportsnet]
  • Robin Lehner continues to inspire Islanders fans, even as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks after sharing a heartfelt moment with diehard Islanders fan on Friday. [NHL]
  • The Predators goalie situation is moving toward an even split rather than starter/backup roles and the transition is made easy due to the netminders friendship. [NHL]
  • The captain of Team Canada, Barrett Hayton, apologized for angering Russians during anthem ceremony.