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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Price Returns

There’s no timeline for Price’s return to the ice, but his return to the team has already lifted spirits, Gallagher chats about Danault, John Doe 2’s mother praises Kyle Beach’s courage, Ovechkin ties Hull, and Condon has found contentment in his post-pro career.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Though he might not be in the lineup yet, Carey Price’s mere return seems to have put the Habs in better spirits. [Sportsnet]
  • Price joined the team briefly in Brossard, but there’s no timeline for recovery for his knee yet. [TSN | NHL]
  • Jonathan Drouin is still day-to-day, and Christian Dvorak remains out of practice. [Sportsnet]
  • With the Kings rolling into town, Brendan Gallagher talks about his friend and former linemate, Phillip Danault. [Montreal Gazette]
  • There IS method to Dominique Ducharme’s system, but it makes it a difficult one to execute. [The Athletic]
  • Michael Frolik is not happy about his time with the Canadiens. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Jocelyn Thibault wants to bring changes to Hockey Quebec, which he now helms. [Montreal Gazette]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The mother of John Doe 2 speaks about her son’s experiences, and her appreciation for the courage that Kyle Beach showed in speaking out. [TSN]
  • Alex Ovechkin has tied Brett Hull for fourth all time in the goal list. [TSN | NHL | The Athletic]
  • The Senators add Connor Brown and Dylan Gambrell to the COVID protocol. [TSN]
  • Jack Eichel’s recovery is expected to last three months, and he’s feeling optimistic. [Yahoo Sports | NHL]
  • The Maple Leafs rally behind Jack Campbell as he faces his friend and mentor Jonathan Quick. [Sportsnet]
  • The end of Mike Condon’s pro career was a long, declining, and painful one, but his new life as a goalie coach has been a good change. [The Athletic]