Tuesday Habs Headlines: Hot start has moods improving at all levels

Bergevin and the Habs seem to be back to normal, Jake Evans is close to his goal, the Penguins show support for the community, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • The Montreal Canadiens are forging a way back into respectability, and Bergevin's former levity appears to be returning as well. [Sportsnet]
  • Max Domi visited some students and played hockey. [Twitter]/
  • Jesse Ylönen is among the players selected for the U20 Four Nations tournament. [Twitter]
  • Jay Baruchel talks Habs and fandom, and tells the Athletic what he would do if P.K. Subban ever went to Toronto. [YouTube | TSN | The Athletic]
  • The City of Laval unveils an artistic tribute to Henri Richard. [Laval.ca]
  • How Max Domi and other players with new teams are settling in this season. [Sportsnet]
  • Jake Evans is ever so close to achieving his dream of making the NHL, but it's been a long road. [The Athletic]
  • If you haven't already seen the many amazing costumes the Habs players put together for the team's Halloween party, you are seriously missing out. [Canadiens]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Penguins offered up support before the first game following the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting. [NHL]
  • Our sister-site Pensburgh has compiled some resources for people who want to help the victims. [PensBurgh]
  • The Winnipeg Jets are experiencing scoring issues. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • Miro Heiskanen is doing great things in Dallas. [NHL]
  • Auston Matthews will be out at least four weeks. [TSN | Sportsnet]
  • After complaining bitterly about a hit laid by Brendan Gallagher, Mark Borowiecki has been suspended for a second time in a week. [TSN]
  • Loud horns, music, bright lights, and lots of noise are standard fare for hockey games. But what does it look like when a game is made accessible for people with special needs? [The Athletic]
  • What does puck luck have to do with standings? [TSN]/

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