Sunday Habs Headlines: Carey Price believes he and his team will be fine after this early-season adversity

In today’s headlines, the Habs are playing well but just not getting the results, two centre prospects doing very well this season, and Karl Subban comments on the protests in pro sports.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Carey Price believes the Habs will look better once everyone has adjusted to the new systems put in place for this year. [Le Journal de Montreal | Google Translate]
  • He also thinks they would have had a different result had be performed better last night. [Eric Engels]
  • Price and the rest of the Habs were addressed by Georges St-Pierre before yesterday’s game. [UFC Canada]
  • Jake Evans’ senior year has gotten of to a great start, and he’s been named the Big Ten’s second star for the first week of the season. []
  • His second week is off to a pretty good start as well:/
  • Chris Terry and Daniel Carr pulled off the rare feat of two hat tricks by members of the same team on Friday. Just how rare is that in the AHL?/
  • The did so in different jerseys than Laval started the season with, as the team had to address a visibility issue. [Andrew Zadarnowski]
  • Lukas Vejdemo is really finding his offence this season:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • It looked bad at the time, but it appears Nathan MacKinnon will be fine after leaving the previous game with an eye injury. [Mile High Hockey]
  • The Washington Capitals have placed defenceman Matt Niskanen on LTIR. [TSN]
  • Marc-Andre Fleury is having a bit of fun in the desert:/
  • Karl Subban weighs in on the protests taking place in professional sports. [Sportsnet]/

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