Saturday Habs Headlines: Teams are expressing interest in Charlie Lindgren

In today’s news, Lindgren’s availability is being inquired into, the Habs are unsatisfied with their one-point finishes, and a biting incident is under review.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Interest is growing around Charlie Lindgren’s availability. [TVA | Google Translate]
  • After last night’s OT loss against the Sabres, the Canadiens aren’t satisfied with just one point. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Les Canadiennes have enjoyed playing at Place Bell so far this season:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Loyalty to players has thinned in recent years, and could impact the Los Angeles Kings sooner rather than later. [Sportsnet]
  • The Ottawa Senators’ drama continues, as owner Eugene Melnyk is now suing his business partner after plans to move the club to downtown Ottawa fell apart. [Sportsnet]
  • Marc-Edouard Vlasic might have been victim to a bite during last night’s game against the Vancouver Canucks. [BarDown]
  • The Toronto Raptors are educating their players on the importance of good sleep, and how it may benefit other athletes as well. [TSN]/

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