Monday Habs Headlines: Charlie Lindgren confident the team will do better

Here are your daily links including Lindgren remains confident, Price injury speculation, and another losing streak

Montreal News and Notes

  • Charlie Lindgren agrees that they earned the boos on Saturday night after a 6-0 blowout, but is confident they’ll do better. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Let the speculation begin. Carey Price has been out a lot longer than expected with his minor lower-body injury. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Finally seeing a Galchenyuk-Drouin-Pacioretty line on Saturday night made no difference, plus five other observations. [RDS]
  • Is it time to stop underestimating Phillip Danault? [Montreal Gazette]
  • After the last two brutal losses, coach Claude Julien can’t even go old school with a good old-fashioned bag skate. [National Post]
  • In the latest episode of Street Hockey, host Adam Susser asks fans what the Habs should do with their current cap space. [Montreal Gazette]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • As part of Hockey Fights Cancer, the Vegas Golden Knights joined 50 kids at the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation for arts and crafts on Saturday afternoon. [NHL]
  • After receiving a five minute major and a game misconduct after hitting Dominic Toninato against the boards, Austin Watson had a hearing on Sunday:/
  • Kevin Shattenkirk is living up to expectations after being signed as a free agent last summer. [Blueshirt Banter]
  • Antoine Russell of the Dallas Stars took his pestyness to another level against the Edmonton Oilers with a possible intent to injure. [Defending Big D]
  • Goalie Goals: Rare and totally awesome./

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