Sunday Habs Headlines: Canadiennes face Inferno for the Clarkson Cup

Here are your daily headlines, including the CWHL final, Carey Price’s dominance, the new guys impressing, and more

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • The Clarkson Cup takes place in Ottawa at 4:00 PM EST, featuring your very own Montreal Canadiennes facing off against the Calgary Inferno. You can watch it on Sportsnet in Canada, and here if you’re outside the country. Follow our Canadiennes hub for all the action. [EOTP]
  • Caroline Ouellette and Brianne Jenner discuss their favourite CWHL moments/
  • Carey Price has returned to form, and it coincides with Claude Julien’s system being put in place. [NHL]
  • Another game versus the Rangers, another dominant performance by Montreal’s netminder./
  • Speaking of Price, he went out of his way to make a young fan’s day. [CTV]
  • Claude Julien explained that Alex Radulov’s injury is of the lower body variety, and he’s out day-to-day. [Rosen]
  • Julien has been impressed with Jordie Benn’s play since he’s joined the team.[Machabée]
  • The new Habs bench boss also appreciated Martinsen’s effort versus the Rangers. [Robertson]
  • Steve Ott does not respect personal space./

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Asplund, Olofsson understand what it takes to make it to the NHL [DBB]
  • Did Michal Neuvirth’s new contract end Mason’s Flyer career? [BSH]
  • How Mark Streit fits in with the Penguins. [Pensburgh]
  • Scott Darling out up to 3 weeks with upper-body injury [SCH]
  • Zeitgeist: NHL to retire No. 66 permanently in honor of Josh Ho-Sang [LHH]
  • Alex Ovechkin skates like the wind, scores goals, and delivers a mean pizza. [The Score]/

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