Sunday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher’s goal-scoring woes won’t last

Here are your daily links, including Brendan Gallagher’s slump, patiently developing AHL prospects, and NWHL players speaking out.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Having trouble finding the back of the net in his last 12 games, Brendan Gallagher now finds himself in an unfamiliar spot. [Sportsnet]
  • But Gallagher’s production should be picking up steam soon. [RDS]
  • Alexander Radulov is not only playing well on the ice, he’s keeping morale high for the club with his exuberant personality:/
  • The Toronto Maple Leafs expressed their admiration for Carey Price. [TSN]
  • Paul Byron has become such a vital member of the Canadiens that it is almost easy to forget that he was once a waiver wire claim, while Chris Terry is grateful for the opportunity to play in the NHL again. [Montreal Gazette | Byron | Terry]
  • Francois Gagnon believes that the Canadiens are cautiously developing their AHL prospects. [TSN 690]
  • Despite being sent back to the Windsor Spitfires, Mikhail Sergachev is determined to make the Canadiens full time next season. [Le Journal De Montreal]/

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • NWHL players shared their thoughts on the league’s decision to cut salaries. [FanRag Sports]/
  • The announced salary cuts will severely impact NWHL players’ ability to continue playing hockey. [SCOC]
  • The New York Islanders took part in an initiative that saw them skate alongside visually-impaired students. [LHH]
  • How different would NHL Awards be, had they used the same method of handing out awards as the MLB? [Sportsnet]
  • The stars aligned to give this Tampa Bay Lightning fan an unforgettable experience! [SB Nation]/

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