Tuesday Habs Headlines: Claude Julien’s improvements are noticeable

Your daily links, including the impressive results Claude Julien has gotten out of his team, Carey Price’s bounceback, Marc Bergevin and Andrew Shaw being jokers and more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • The Habs are starting to show more and more signs of becoming Claude Julien’s team. [Journal de Montréal]
  • The first thing Claude Julien wanted addressed after his hire was the Canadiens’ defensive system. Seems it’s working. [Marc Dumont]/
  • Julien and his goalie are both quick to identify the team’s recent results as the consequence of full-team effort. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Carey Price was named the NHL’s third star of the week. [Montreal Canadiens]/
  • Claude Julien has shuffled his defensive lineup, and Tuesday night will see Brandon Davidson dressed in lieu of Alexei Emelin. [HabsEOTP]
  • Andrew Shaw had a little fun at the expense of Brendan Gallagher. [NHL]
  • Brush up on your Norwegian with this analysis of Andreas Martinsen, who couldn’t cut it elsewhere but has carved himself a role in the NHL. [VG Sporten]
  • ICYMI: Habs’ General Manager Marc Bergevin gave everyone a laugh today by carrying a giant plant through a corps of media. [HabsEOTP]
  • St. John’s IceCaps’ forward David Broll lost his job in the NHL but has found a great role with the Habs’ farm team. [St. John’s IceCaps]
  • Robyn Flynn joined the morning show to share highlights and insights on what Sunday’s Clarkson Cup victory means for Les Canadiennes. [TSN 690]
  • Les Canadiennes’ General Manager Meg Hewings went from being a player to the General Manager of a CWHL dynasty franchise. [Sportsnet]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Tom Anselmi, the new president of the Ottawa Senators, hints that the team could change their logo to the “O” logo used on their current alternate jerseys. [TVA Sports]
  • The Las Vegas Golden Knights have signed their very first player, Reid Duke. [NHL]
  • At the NHL GM’s meetings, all 31 General Managers were tasked with coming up with all kinds of ideas that could come to pass in the longer-term future. [La Presse]
  • Canada is doing its part in helping the fight against concussions in sport. [Vice Sports]/

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