Tuesday Habs Headlines: Noah Juulsen already displaying leadership skills

Here are your daily links including Juulsen shows leadership, Pacioretty and Drouin looking for laughs, and Markov in new colors

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Noah Juulsen’s leadership abilities came through during his third development camp when he helped the less-experienced players make the most of the opportunity. [NHL]
  • Max Pacioretty and Jonathan Drouin team up at the Just for Laughs gala. [La Presse]
  • Andrei Markov signing of a two-year KHL contract with the Ak Bars Kazan means we could see him in the Olympics in February. [CBC]
  • It will take some time to get used to Markov donning colors other than the blue, blanc, rouge. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Another Russian who won’t be suiting up in Habs colors next season is Nikita Nesterov, but he claims there’s no issues between the Russians and Claude Julien. [Championat]
  • Brampton Beast’s Zach Fucale made the ECHL’s Top 10 Plays of the 2016-17 season /
  • NHL veteran Louis-Philippe Ladouceur talks about his love for his hometown Habs and why Brendan Gallagher would make a good football player. [NHL]
  • Nathan Beaulieu signed a two-year, $2.4 million contract with the Buffalo Sabres. [Sportsnet] /

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Auston Matthews racked up 40 goals during his rookie season but Mike Babcock thinks there’s still room for him to be even better. [NHL]
  • Henrik Lundqvist’s new pads pay homage to to New York landmarks /
  • Read about Bryan Bickell’s fight with M.S and putting on his hockey uniform for the last time, in his own words. [The Players Tribune]
  • The Top 10 NHL tweets of the month. [Sportsnet]
  • Coach John Tortorella signs a one-year extension with the Columbus Blue Jackets. [Sportsnet] /

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