Friday Habs Headlines: First place Canadiens remain vigilant

The Habs stay atop first place in the division, but have to keep an eye on teams stealthily creeping up

Montreal Canadiens news and notes:

  • The first-place Montreal Canadiens are warily happy, but their grip on the division lead is fragile  [Sean Gordon]
  • The Habs play the San Jose Sharks tonight. Five things you should know [Gazette]
  • Montreal may want to give Michael McCarron a head start now that he’s returned to the big club [TSN 690]
  • The Habs family always does a great job when it comes to charity. [Twitter]
  • Andrew Shaw isn’t happy with the Krug hit, but knows it’s out of his control. [Gazette]
  • Noah Juulsen could be seeing a lot of ice time at the World Junior Championship/
  • Stephane Waite understands why Carey Price lost his cool last week. “At one point enough is enough”. [RDS]/

Around the League and elsewhere:

  • The excellent Christopher Curtis joined Andrew Berkshire on his latest podcast to talk about his feud with Michel Therrien and more:/
  • Bob McKenzie held court over the Dale Tallon story in Florida [TSN]
  • Mike Hoffman will have a hearing over his hit on Logan Couture [CBC]
  • The Winnipeg Jets victorious over the slumping Florida Panthers [NHL]
  • Rachel Doerrie, of the CWHL, tells us why she will be the first female NHL general manager [CBC]
  • How a 17-year-old from Markham outfitted and entire girls’ hockey team in a remote First Nation [CBC]/

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