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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Jonathan Drouin's struggles continue

Conflicting views on Drouin, Paul Byron's road to success, Charlie LIndgren's hopes for his alma mater, the Lightning, Austin Watson and more in today's links

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Jonathan Drouin's teammates aren't worried about his slump. They feel he's about to break out of it. [TSN]
  • Jeff O'Neill thinks there's more to Drouin's struggles than your run-of-the-mill slump. [TSN]
  • Travis Yost runs through the 31 teams and how they're doing post trade deadline. [TSN]
  • They're in a tough spot at the moment, but Claude Julien says they are far from done. [TVA]
  • The Canadiens need to find some chemistry heading into the final ten games of the season. [The Athletic]
  • Francis Bouillon speaks briefly on mental training and toughness. [Canadiens]
  • Paul Byron has taken rejection and forged it into success. [The Athletic]
  • Charlie Lindgren wants to see his former teammates win a championship for his alma mater. [Canadiens]
  • Some things change, but some things always stay the same. [Instagram]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Tampa Bay has more than an extraordinary record. They have the league's only full time female zamboni driver. Alison Murdock explains what goes into making NHL ice. [ESPN]
  • Austin Watson has been reinstated as he advances through the league's substance abuse and behavioral health program. [Sportsnet]
  • The Lightning secure their first President's Trophy, and Steven Stamkos sets a new record for career goals. [TSN]
  • At the end of a frustrating season, the Vancouver Canucks are taking joy in playing playoff spoiler. [Sportsnet]