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Thursday Habs Headlines: Nick Suzuki is still learning in his rookie year

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Here are your daily links, including how Nick Suzuki draws on his experience as an OHL champion, Brendan Gallagher opens up about concussion recovery, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • After winning the OHL championship last year, Nick Suzuki is using what he learned from that experience in his first NHL season. [OHL]
  • Brendan Gallagher isn’t taking any chances with his health, but he won’t let fear stop him from playing like he always has. [The Athletic]
  • What does will an upcoming reorganization mean for the Canadiens? [Journal de Montréal]
  • Just when the Habs thought they’d get most teammates back healthy, a flu bug has been making its way around the room. [Sportsnet]
  • Tomas Tatar is being called out as “trade bait”, but it might not be in the team’s best interest to trade him at the deadline. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Habs joined the conversation on #BellLetsTalk day, as Chris Nilan spoke about his own past, and Luke Richardson shared about his daughter, Daron. [Canadiens | CHC]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The NHL could stand to learn a thing or to from the KHL about what it looks like to support women’s hockey. [ESPN]
  • A few years removed from his retirement, former NHLer Bryan Bickell shared how his health and post-playing life has been. [The Athletic]
  • As more NHL players are trying (and succeeding at) the lacrosse shot, goalies know they need to be prepared. [NBC Sports]
  • Toronto and other teams are holding off on trade deadline plans until they see how the next few weeks go. [31 Thoughts]