Monday Habs Headlines: Newcomers making their mark with the Canadiens

Here are your daily headlines including the new Habs on the block already making an impact, let the NHL Death Watch begin, and more.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • The newcomers made their mark in the win against the New York Rangers on Saturday night, providing the spark the Habs need for this road trip. [NHL]
  • All the changes made to the Canadiens as of late seem to be having a positive impact all-around. [Sportsnet]
  • Andrew Zadarnowski joins Habs Breakfast on TSN 690 to discuss the Canadiens’ new image. [TSN]
  • If there was a Broadway musical about the Canadiens, what would it be called? [YouTube]
  • Les Canadiennes have claimed the 2017 Clarkson Cup! [EOTP]/
  • In the latest episode of The Duel, Paul Byron and Phillip Danault rekindle a grade school classic with box hockey. [NHL]
  • During the recent trade deadline, the Canadiens were in the running to acquire Quebec-native Alexandre Burrows. [Journal de Montreal]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • CWHL commissioner Brenda Andress discusses the growth of the women’s game, paying the players, and the 10th anniversary of the league. [Sportsnet]
  • Puck Daddy’s first edition of the 2017 NHL Death Watch begins the countdown to annihilation for the teams vying for playoff positioning. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Hockey Hall of Famers Phil and Tony Esposito talk about childhood memories, the NHL, and more. [NHL]
  • A penalty call at a Junior B Hockey League game set off a brawl between players and fans in the stands. [Yahoo Sports]/

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