Tuesday Habs Headlines: The Long Awaited Return

The day of Shea Weber's return has dawned.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • While Weber's return won't fix everything, his presence at least, should help. [Sportsnet]
  • Jeff Petry and the Canadiens will wear bow ties tonight for the Bowvember initiative, one that means a great deal to Petry. [NHL]
  • It's a defenseman heavy links day! Join Jordie Benn and David Schlemko in the most recent edition of The CHat! [Canadiens]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Bruce Boudreau might have called it “old-time hockey” but the bout between the Jets and Wild was more of a demonstration of how hockey has changed. [TSN]
  • The Flyers clean house, firing GM Ron Hextall. [NHL]
  • Was the firing of Hextall related to his unwillingness to fire Dave Hakstol? [TSN]
  • Carter Hart is the Flyers’ hope for the future in net. He wishes the future would hurry up and get here. [ESPN]
  • GM firings are rare. GM firings in the middle of the season are even rarer. [The Athletic]
  • We all know about the William Nylander situation in Toronto, but beyond whether or not he's going to sign, how will his deal effect their Cup window? [Sportsnet]
  • The results of the NHL concussion suit aren't a surprise, but they are very disappointing — especially when it comes to lack of support from the supposed brotherhood of players. [Think Progress]
  • Studies show that the differences in hazing in sports is more varied between sports than in between male and female teams in the same sport. [CBC]/

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