Tuesday Habs Headlines: Andrew Shaw opens up about concussions

Your daily links, including a first-hand account of the effects of concussions on NHL players, a pre-season loss, Jonathan Drouin following in the footsteps of P.K. Subban, and more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Andrew Shaw talked about trying to cover up concussions, and the consequences on his health. [Sportsnet]
  • Jonathan Drouin is set to announce a big charitable commitment to the CHUM hospital. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The GM’s philosophy is rather simple: one does not work for Marc Bergevin, one works with Marc Bergevin. [JdM]
  • The upcoming season will be a critical one for the current general manager of the Habs. [TSN 690]
  • Paul Byron is psyched to be back at his home arena./
  • Boston’s backup squad tore victory away from the Canadiens pre-season lineup. [La Presse]
  • According to the coach, nobody stood out above the rest on Monday. [TVA Sports]
  • Antoine Samuel has been reassigned to Baie-Comeau. [Jonathan Bernier]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Miami Herald has announced it will no longer be covering the Florida Panthers. [Slater Scoops]
  • Coaches of the big 10 voted on players to watch in the NCAA. /

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