Thursday Habs Headlines: Meet the newest member of the Canadiens organization

Here are your daily links, including an adorable service dog, Ken Dryden’s opinion on head hits, Bergevin’s trip to Europe, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • The Habs are joining in the latest NHL trend and adopting a service puppy that fans will help name (this one is by far the cutest). [Canadiens]
  • Ken Dryden hopes to eliminate head hits from the game. [The Toronto Star]
  • Marc Bergevin is scouting in Finland this week. [Renaud Lavoie on Twitter]
  • What will the Canadiens do with their extra defencemen when Shea Weber returns from IR? [The Athletic]
  • Martin Reway will join Tingsryds AIF this week. [TAIF]
  • ICYMI: Joni Ikonen opened up about his recovery and return to the ice. [EOTP]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • For anyone who has ever wondered about Gritty’s favourite holiday food, TIME found out. [Twitter]
  • The Jets are loaning Kristian Vesalainen to the KHL for the remainder of the season. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • Mika Zibanejad just needs to keep shooting, and the goals will come. [Blueshirt Banter]
  • A hockey fan will has found a kidney donor thanks to her sign at a Penguins game. [GMA]
  • The Ottawa Senators weren’t on anyone’s shortlist for the playoffs this year, but they have certainly been an interesting team. [TSN]/

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