Friday Habs Headlines: Brendan Gallagher gets a stern talking to from his mother

In today’s links, Gallagher gets an earful, P.K. Subban has an emotional return to Montreal, and Zachary Fucale learns some new moves.

Montreal Canadiens news & notes

  • Claude Julien is satisfied with the progression of his team’s game, now he just needs his players to score some goals. [TSN]
  • Marc Dumont and Conor McKenna broke down their favourite P.K. Subban moments. [TSN690]
  • Brendan Gallagher may have been slightly relieved to score his first goal in over two months:/
  • A goal-scoring slump wasn’t the only thing that got busted this week, and Gallagher’s mother was none too pleased about that. [Arpon Basu | 1 | 2]
  • The new jerseys of the Laval rocket get the star treatment in the team’s latest reveal. [Laval Rocket]
  • After Chris Terry had been named Player of the Month a few days earlier, David Pacan of the Habs-affiliated Brampton Beast was named the ECHL’s top player for the month of February []
  • Beast goaltenders Zachary Fucale and Andrew D’Agostini learned some new techniques from a young consultant. [Brampton Beast]
  • P.K. Subban made his return on Montreal for the first time as a visiting player, and was moved by a video tribute before the game. [EOTP]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • If his reputation had become one of a player difficult to fit into a system, getting P.K. Subban to work well with what the Nashville Predators are trying to achieve hasn’t been an issue for head coach Peter Laviolette. [La Presse]
  • For fans, the last day before the trade deadline is a source of entertainment as we watch teams make their final adjustments before the playoff push. For the players, it’s a source of dread, never knowing where they may, or may not, end up at the end of the day. [Calgary Sun]
  • David Desharnais took part in his first on-ice activities for his new NHL team. [Edmonton Oilers]
  • The Calgary Inferno are ready for the rematch of last year’s Clarkson Cup Final versus Les Canadiennes. [Calgary Herald]
  • The Calgary Flames players were showing their support for the women’s team. Having the best logo in North American sports probably made it an easy sell:/

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