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Monday Habs Headlines: Canadiens looking to tip the scales back in their favour

In today’s links, Habs look to tip the scales back in their favour, Les Canadiennes head to the Clarkson Cup, keeping players healthy, and more

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Montreal News and Notes

  • Each hockey season there are turning points, and the Habs are looking for their next opportunity to tip the scales back in their favour. [La Presse]
  • Marc Bergevin’s decision to not go after a backup goalie before the NHL trade deadline might end up backfiring. [Montreal Gazette]
  • An “army” of employees makes every effort to prevent players from getting sick in the Canadiens locker room. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski took a deep dive into the Habs very forgettable California trip. [TSN 690]
  • Les Canadiennes are headed back to the Clarkson Cup final. It will be a record eighth appearance for Montreal in the CWHL final. [Montreal Gazette]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • A look inside the frustrating, inspiring mess that is women’s pro hockey. [Sportsnet]
  • Jack Eichel is facing discipline for an illegal check to the head against Colorado Avalanche forward Carl Soderberg. [NHL]
  • Hall of Fame defenceman Harry Howell, who played the most games in New York Rangers history, died on Saturday night at the age of 86. [CBC]
  • Yeah, well...we’re next in line to beat a Plante record!