Friday Habs Headlines: Habs tie franchise record for best home start

The Habs tie a record from 1953, Mikhail Sergachev is good at hockey, looking back at the Lindros trade, and more

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Your Habs are 12-1-1, dominating the L.A. Kings last night to complete a 9-0 winning streak at home to start the season [TSN]
  • Carey Price has set a new Habs record for consecutive wins to start a season [NHL]
  • Ahead of the game, Rogatien Vachon was honoured at the Bell Centre. Vachon will be inducted to the Hall of Fame in Toronto on Monday [RDS]
  • Marc Dumont was on the Morning Show yesterday, pointing out that the Canadiens aren’t the only team shuffling its lines [TSN 690]
  • Alexander Radulov didn’t take part in the optional skate on Thursday, but did make time to tease his team [TVA]
  • Shea Weber is among the league’s top scorers with the man advantage over the last two seasons [Sportsnet]
  • Don’t try to take the puck away from Mikhail Sergachev. Just don’t./

Around the League and elsewhere

  • Vancouver Canucks’ goalie Ryan Miller made a ridiculous save on an empty-net attempt against the Detroit Red Wings last night [SN]
  • The Edmonton Oilers come to the intriguing realization that they’re one of the best teams in the NHL [National Post]
  • Inside the NHL’s history-making Eric Lindros trade [Globe and Mail]
  • The late Pat Quinn will also be inducted into the Hall of Fame, honoured for inspiring excellence [NHL]
  • P.K. Subban talks about the upcoming documentary of his summer, and says not everybody will like him [TSN]/

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