Thursday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher prefers to keep it casual

Here are your daily links, including Gallagher’s thoughts on the league’s dress code, Forbes’ most valuable NHL teams, Noah Juulsen joins the team on the road, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Brendan Gallagher doesn’t mind wearing suits, but he also doesn’t put a lot of thought or effort into dressing up to walk in and out of the arena. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Canadiens came in at number three on Forbes’ list of most valuable NHL franchises. [Sportsnet]
  • Noah Juulsen has been medically cleared to accompany the team on this week’s road trip. [Canadiens]
  • There are quite a few Finns playing for the Habs this season, so in honour of Finland’s Independence Day Celebrations on December 6, here are ways to be more Finnish! [ScandiKitchen]
  • At the Habs’ game on Tuesday night, Brendan Gallagher was awarded the Jean Béliveau trophy:/
  • The tandem of Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin is continuing to impress. [TSN (Video)]
  • Claude Julien may have figured out the secret to ignite his team. [The Athletic]
  • His name is Flambo!/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Getting traded to the Sharks (and everything that happened in Ottawa) was not Erik Karlsson’s fault. [Silver Seven]
  • Judging by how tracking data affected baseball, the NHL is in for a lot of changes in the coming years. [The Athletic]
  • What does Seattle’s new team tell us about possible future expansion? [31 Thoughts]
  • Just because the officials are seeing it, doesn’t mean they’re calling it. [Winnipeg Free Press]
  • Still a young player, Anthony Duclair has learned quite a few lessons with his many NHL teams so far. [ESPN]
  • Sidney Crosby took a photo with the Trailer Park Boys, and it broke the internet (at least in Nova Scotia). [CBC]
  • What is the biggest difference between last year’s Devils’ team and this years’ struggling squad? [All About the Jersey]
  • The Dallas Stars are dazzling at home, but road games are a different story. [Defending Big D]
  • Which teams are most likely to win a Stanley Cup in the next five years? [The Athletic]
  • It looks like Edmonton and Red Deer will get to host the 2021 World Junior Championships. [Twitter]/

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