Monday Habs Headlines: Four Canadiens prospects head home with WJC medals

Here are your daily links including four out of seven Habs prospects head home with medals, Saturday’s loss was a costly one, how Weber’s return stabilized the team, and more

Montreal News and Notes

  • Four out of seven Canadiens prospects are heading home with World Junior Championship medals. [NHL]
  • The loss against the Nashville Predators on Saturday night was a costly one. [Montreal Gazette]
  • And Claude Julien was not impressed with the lack of momentum. [La Presse]
  • The Habs staff have made a point of changing the attitude of the team and it’s paying dividends. [RDS]
  • How Shea Weber’s return has stabilized the Canadiens. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Brett Kulak turned the big 2-5!/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Nikita Scherbak (Kings), Chris Wideman (Panthers) and Jordan Schmaltz (Blues) were all placed on waivers on Sunday. [Sportsnet]
  • The Colorado Avalanche has a goaltending controversy on their hands. Which goalie will give them the best chance to win? [Mile High Hockey]
  • Devan Dubnyk made a young fan’s night with the gift of a signed stick. [NHL]
  • Curtis Lazar made history earlier this year when he became the first known NHLer to ask for a demotion to the minors. Now he’s looking to come back. [Sportsnet]/

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