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Monday Habs Headlines: Brett Kulak is turning into a solid blueliner

In today’s links, Kulak is blossoming as Petry’s partner, Price is better than his numbers indicate, Savard’s most memorable Stanley Cup win, Canucks COVID situation gets serious, and more.

Montreal Canadiens v Vancouver Canucks Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Brett Kulak is blossoming into a solid blueliner as Jeff Petry’s partner. [Montreal Gazette]
  • While the rest of the team enjoyed a day off, Eric Staal skated for the first time as a member of the Canadiens Sunday morning. [Montreal Gazette]
  • There’s no sense in letting Saturday night’s loss to the Ottawa Senators linger. [Sportsnet]
  • Josh Anderson and Tyler Toffoli comment on where they think things went wrong against Ottawa. [Canadiens]
  • Serge Savard may have won the Stanley Cup eight times, but it was the 1976 cup that holds a special place in his heart. [Candiens]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski takes a look at how Carey Price is better than his numbers indicate, Eric Staal’s upcoming debut, and more. [TSN 690]
  • A sneak-peek at Staal’s first day in Brossard

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Vancouver’s COVID-19 situation makes players and coaches in the North Division uneasy for the Canucks and their own. [CBC]
  • The Calgary Flames are concerned about the uncertainty of the Canucks outbreak. [Sportsnet]
  • The challenges and adjustments a player faces when being traded. [Sportsnet]
  • Sampo Ranta could have played one more year at the University of Minnesota but the Colorado Avalanche prospect felt it was time to move to the next level. [Colorado Hockey Now]