Monday Habs Headlines: Canadiens prospects set to show their stuff in Canada-Russia Series

Here are your daily links including Price says Stamkos’s shot can be hard to read, Deslauriers is still scratching his head about his penalty, a couple of Canadiennes will be leading Team Canada, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Six Canadiens prospects will participate in the Canada-Russia Series that will take place from November 5 to15. [NHL]
  • Carey Price tipped his hat to Steven Stamkos after he managed to score twice on the goaltender during their contest this past weekend. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Max Domi spoke to hockey players at D-Skate about overcoming the daily challenges of living with Type 1 diabetes. [Twitter]
  • Nicolas Deslauriers was left scratching his head about the penalty called on him after checking Ryan McDonagh on Saturday night. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Claude Julien is holding all players, including high-priced veterans, accountable for their discipline on the ice. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Marie-Philip Poulin and Mélodie Daoust will help lead Team Canada in the 2018 4 Nations Cup. /

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Max Pacioretty, who’s had an upper-body injury for more than a week, will accompany the Golden Knights on a four-game trip abroad, which will include Montreal. [TVA Sports]
  • The Los Angeles Kings have relieved John Stevens of his head coaching duties, and will be replaced by Willie Desjardins. [NHL]
  • Can John Tavares build another Toronto dynasty? [Sportsnet]
  • Stockton Heat players chipped in to purchase Adam Ollas Mattsson’s game-worn jersey to honour his mother who passed away from cancer. [Twitter]
  • Before the battle began on Saturday, the Lightning joined forces with the Canadiens for a good cause./

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