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Sunday Habs Headlines: At least we have Nick Suzuki

In today’s links, Suzuki continues to produce, Price’s recovery continues outside of the assistance program, the Blackhawks make big changes, and more.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • During this discouraging period of Habs hockey, Nick Suzuki is the only standout. [Le Nouvelliste]
  • .. Along with Alexander Romanov’s smile. [Radio-Canada]
  • It’s time to let the young defenceman discover his footing in the NHL:
  • Carey Price will still need time to complete his treatment following his recent exit from the NHL Player Assistance Program. [TSN]
  • Michael Frolik believes his lack of playing time in Montreal last season brought a premature end to his NHL career. [TVA Sports]
  • Former Montreal Canadiens goaltender Rogie Vachon is enjoying retirement life on his Montana farm. [NHL.com]
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Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Chicago Blackhawks fired their coaching staff yesterday after the team’s 1-9-2 start. [Second City Hockey]
  • Can the NHL be saved from its toxic culture? [The Guardian]
  • UFC fighter Chris Weidman details what Jack Eichel can expect from his artificial disc replacement surgery. [Sportsnet]
  • Patrik Laine will miss four to six weeks with an oblique strain. [TSN]
  • The NHL is speeding up the procedure of checking COVID-19 tests for false positives. [Sportsnet]
  • The Florida Panthers’ 10-0-1 start ties the record for best ever in the NHL. [TSN]
  • The Seattle Kraken’s AHL team will be named the Coachella Valley Firebirds. [ESPN]