Monday Habs Headlines: Jonathan Drouin gets a confidence boost

Here are your daily links including Drouin’s confidence is sparked, Danault rebounds, Tatar’s first goal, and the tools needed for a rebuild

Montreal News and Notes

  • Jonathan Drouin needed something to spark his confidence, and on Saturday night against the Penguins, he got it. [Sportsnet]
  • Phillip Danault rebounded from a poor performance against the Kings on Thursday, to registering an assist, one shot on goal, one hit and winning 15 of 25 faceoffs in Saturday’s shootout win over the Penguins. [CBS Sports]
  • So far, Marc Bergevin gets a passing grade on this summer’s acquisitions. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Speaking of acquisitions, in six games with the Golden Knights, Pacioretty has only one goal while Tatar has  four points in four games. [La Presse]
  • Tatar is pretty stylin’ after his notching his first goal as a Hab/
  • Cayden Primeau and Jordan Harris shine for Northeastern while Ryan Poehling and Jack Gorniak pick up some points over the weekend. [NHL]
  • In a theoretical rebuild, Victor Mete, Noah Juulsen and Jesperi Kotkaniemi would all serve as excellent tools to build around. [Elite Prospects]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Panthers’ Michael Matheson is facing discipline for interference and unsportsmanlike conduct after slamming Canucks’ Elias Petterson to the ice. [CBC]
  • Roberto Luongo was showered with gifts by his teammates on Saturday night as he celebrated becoming the third NHL goalie to hit the 1000th game milestone. [NHL]
  • A look at why Leafs’ William Nylander hasn’t received an offer sheet yet. [Sportsnet]
  • After their incredibly strong inaugural season last year, the Golden Knights are suffering from the year two blues so far this season. [NHL]/

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