Monday Habs Headlines: Claude Julien says getting execution from only half the team is not enough

Here are your daily links, including Julien’s comments on his team’s performance, the Canadiens partner with SAAQ, Drouin taking things one game at a time, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Coach Claude Julien expects more from some of his players stating you can’t win with half a team. [Journal de Montreal | Google Translate]
  • There were some odd officiating decisions last night, but Max Pacioretty doesn’t believe the two disallowed goals are among them:/
  • The Canadiens partnered with The Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) for a drinking and driving campaign with Tomas Plekanec, Jeff Petry and Torrey Mitchell making an appearance in the advertisements. [RDS]
  • When Price if off his game, it’s hard for the Canadiens to keep up with their competition, argues our Andrew Zadarnowski. [TSN690]
  • Shea Weber answers questions on the loss to the Capitals, admitting they left Carey Price high and dry right from the get go. [Montreal Gazette]
  • To have a successful season with the Habs, Jonathan Drouin will have to take it one game at a time. [FanRag Sports]
  • You may have missed this storyline from last night’s game:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Not only does Leafs phenom Auston Matthews have to watch what he does on the ice, he needs to be careful what he does off it as well. [Sportsnet]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights are starting the season off on the right foot and became the third expansion team in NHL history to win its first two games in the process. [NHL]
  • The Leafs also started the season on a historic start by scoring seven or more goals in two games since 1917. [NHL]
  • J.T. Brown of the Tampa Bay Lightning became the first NHLer to protest during the anthem. [Raw Charge]
  • Why does luck play such a big role in the game of hockey? A statistical analysis. [Vox]
  • The Florida Panthers celebrated heroes during their home opener on Saturday night. /

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