Monday Habs Headlines: Alexander Radulov’s influence on and off the ice

Here are your daily links including Radulov’s contagious energy, Connor McDavid reaches a career milestone, and Jaromir Jagr’s mind trick

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • After missing a few games due to illness, Alexander Radulov returned to the ice on Saturday and proved, once again, how essential he has become to the team. [La Presse]
  • In the latest edition of The Duel, Carey Price and Tomas Plekanec put their abstract art skills to the test in Lil’ Picassos Duel. [NHL]
  • EOTP’s Andrew Zadarnowski joins TSN690 Habs Breakfast to discuss the importance of Radulov and the expectations of Charles Hudon. [TSN]
  • Matt Bradley, a Canadiens prospect playing for the Medicine Hat Tigers, had his eight-game point streak come to an end, but it was done with style. /
  • Max Pacioretty had at least one shot on goal for 111 consecutive games until Saturday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs. [Twitter]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Connor McDavid hit a career milestone on Saturday against the Dallas Stars, notching his first NHL hat trick. [SN]
  • After 26 years, Jaromir Jagr continues to defy what is expected of athletes, insisting that it’s all in the power of the mind. [NHL]
  • Craig Cunningham, of the AHL’s Tucson Roadrunners, was rushed to the hospital after collapsing on the ice before the game against the Manitoba Moose on Saturday. [Five for Howling]
  • Some NHL teams just can’t draw fans. Will Las Vegas be any different? [National Post]
  • The dire financial situation of the National Women’s Hockey League was made public this week with the announcement that player salaries would be halved for this season. Here’s a timeline of the details as this developing story unfolds. [The Ice Garden]
  • Why the Columbus Blue Jacket 1-3-1 power play is visually appealing and offensively potent. [Twitter]/

Top of comments section | Top of article | Homepage