Friday Habs Headlines: Alexander Romanov heads home with Canada/Russia Series trophy, and a love of Quebec

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Alexander Romanov and Team Russia claimed the 2018 Canada/Russia Series last night with a 3-2 overtime win versus the QMJHL. He seems to have enjoyed his trip:/
  • Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Max Domi, and Jonathan Drouin land on Craig Button’s Top 50 Under 24 list. [TSN]
  • There’s no reason to bring Shea Weber back before he’s at 100%. [TSN690]
  • Did this person still consider himself lucky to step on the ice with Weber when he tried to get out of bed this morning?/
  • Carey Price is having a tough time in the crease this year, but he’s far from the only netminder to be having an off-year in an offensively skewed 2018-19 season. [TSN690]
  • Briefly a member of the Canadiens, Daniel Brière is now in charge of managing a few of the organization’s lower-tier prospects. A look at the new stage of his hockey career. [La Presse]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Does the Buffalo Sabres’ coaching staff have its Rasmuses confused? [Die By The Blade]
  • After an incident similar to the Michael Matheson-Elias Pettersson bodyslam a month ago, Josh Morrissey has gotten away with just a fine. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • Alex Tuch has become the Vegas Golden Knights’ most important player. [Knights On Ice]
  • OHL players will not be considered workers who need to be paid after new legislation in Ontario addresses the matter. [TSN]/

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