Sunday Habs Headlines: Carey Price is in his opponents’ heads

Here are your daily links, including Price’s impact on opposing teams, how the IceCaps can improve and if the Oilers can get to the playoffs.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • There is no doubt that Carey Price’s brilliance in net is affecting the play of his opponents, even before they hit the ice. [NHL]
  • Speaking of Price, does he need to win the cup to be considered one of the greatest goaltenders to have played the game? [Le Journal De Montreal]
  • Former NHL goaltender Patrick Lalime offered his thoughts on Al Montoya’s performance against Columbus and the decision to leave him in the game. [Sportsnet]
  • How can the St. John’s IceCaps get better?/
  • François Gagnon touched on whether the Canadiens are tough enough to compete in the postseason, while John Scott looked back on his NHL career. [TSN 690 | Gagnon | Scott]
  • Jimmy Roberts’ hometown of Port Hope celebrated the life of the five time Stanley Cup winner and Canadiens alumni. [Northumberland News]
  • The Montreal Canadiens organization is involved in a variety of initiatives aimed at fighting cancer. [NHL]/

Around The League and Elsewhere

  • The combined efforts of Connor McDavid and Cam Talbot might just be enough to push the Edmonton Oilers into the playoffs. [NHL]
  • Despite starting off on a high note, why are the Vancouver Canucks struggling to get out of their recent slump? [Today’s Slapshot]
  • Former General Manager Jay Feaster’s daughter, Theresa Feaster, is making a name for herself with Providence College’s men’s hockey team. [Boston Globe]
  • Raffi Torres announced his retirement, expressing no regrets about his professional career. [York Region]
  • How can bad starts early on in the season affect good teams later on? [Down Goes Brown]/

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