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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Honours Earned

Suzuki earns the Molson Cup for February, the stabilizing Rocket goaltending situation, what fans can expect from Ylönen, Draisaitl, Rielly and more in today's links.

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NHL: Anaheim Ducks at Montreal Canadiens Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Nick Suzuki is the Canadiens’ Molson Cup recipient, and as far as his teammates are concerned, there's no better choice. [Canadiens]
  • Jake and Matt Evans look forward to reuniting in the Big Apple. [Canadiens]
  • Syrian refugees, a city in Quebec, language barriers, and the beautiful reminder that hockey really can be for everyone. [La Press]
  • The Rocket goaltending seems to finally have stabilized with Cayden Primeau and Michael McNiven. [The Athletic]
  • Mitch Brown breaks down what the Rocket can expect from Jesse Ylönen. [The Athletic]
  • Montreal unveils their St Patrick's Day jerseys. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The ever-changing nature of concussion testing, and the effort to make tests more effective. [The Athletic]
  • Team Canada is getting a new addition this summer! [Twitter]
  • This NHL season has highlighted what has already been fairly obvious for years—coaching positions revolve among the same cast of characters, though there is plenty of talent waiting there. [ESPN]
  • Despite the chatter, GMs have decided against emending EBUG rules. [TSN | Sportsnet | NHL]
  • Leon Draisaitl is in the midst of another stellar season, and it's putting him in rare company. [TSN | NBC Sports]
  • Moreover, it might be counter-intuitive, but splitting up Draisaitl and Connor McDavid saved Edmonton. [The Athletic]
  • The Leafs could get Morgan Rielly back from injury sooner than anticipated. [NHL]
  • Mired in a losing streak, the Penguins aren't panicking, but are looking for answers. [NHL]