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Friday Habs Headlines: Logan Mailloux suspended indefinitely by the OHL

In today’s links, Mailloux will have to wait for his season to start, Tomas Tatar talks about his time in Montreal, and the NHL delivers new COVID-19 protocols to its teams.

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • The OHL has suspended Logan Mailloux indefinitely. He will be able to apply for reinstatement on Jan. 1, 2022. [TSN]
  • Tomas Tatar talks about the good and the bad of his time with the Montreal Canadiens. [The Athletic]
  • Should the Canadiens sign Nick Suzuki immediately to avoid potential offer sheets? [The Hockey Writers]
  • The Habs will be able to welcome up to 7,500 spectators to the Bell Centre for their Reds vs. Whites training camp game on September 26th. [RDS]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The NHL has delivered new COVID-19 protocols to its teams, including provisions that teams may use to suspend non-vaccinated players who are “unable to participate in team activities.” [Sportsnet]
  • The Carolina Hurricanes have hired Tim Gleason as an assistant coach. [TSN]
  • What Team USA needs to fix to avenge their recent loss to Canada at the Women’s Worlds. [The Athletic]
  • Jack Johnson has agreed to a PTO with the Colorado Avalanche. [Sportsnet]
  • The offseason is the “on-season” when it comes to parenting for the Avalanche’s newest dads. [The Athletic]
  • A former Winnipeg hockey coach has been charged with the sexual assault of two teens in the 1990s while they were players in the Assiniboine Park Hockey Association. [CBC]