Wednesday Habs Headlines: Jose Theodore says team lacks an identity

In today’s links, Jose Theodore talks about the Habs’ problems, Charles Hudon owes much to his family, and the Golden Knights open at home.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Jose Theodore weighs in on the problems plaguing the Habs. [Journal de Montreal]
  • His close-knit family is the key to Charles Hudon’s success. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Welcome to Claude Julien’s Canadiens. Leave your blenders at the door. [The Athletic]
  • David Schlemko is getting closer to a return. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • Regardless of how the game turned out, at least one fan in the rink was still happy to see Carey Price at the end of the night. [Montreal Canadiens]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • The Vegas Golden Knights’ home opener took on an entirely different tone after the city was subject to the worst mass shooting in modern American history. [Sportsnet | Golden Knights]/
  • George McPhee denies that Vadim Shipachyov wants out of Vegas. [TSN]
  • Alexander Radulov’s competitiveness is already getting noticed in Dallas. [The Athletic]
  • Vancouver Canucks prospect Jonathan Dahlen is returning to Timra IK. [Sportsnet]
  • It’s been a wild and wacky first week of the NHL season. [TSN]
  • Olivier Mantha of the University of Alaska Anchorage with an early candidate for save of the year. [NCAA Ice Hockey]/
  • Frölunda looks to academia for help. [Göteborgs universitet (Swedish)]
  • J.T. Brown’s protest has opened Pandora’s Box for all of hockey’s biases and prejudices. [Five For Howling]
  • In visiting the White House, hockey is hiding behind “tradition”, and not for the first time. [SB Nation]/

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