Monday Habs Headlines: Jeff Petry makes his presence felt with a multi-goal season debut

Here are your daily links, including Petry’s return, Lehkonen’s first NHL goal and the much needed stability of Montoya

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Although happy to see the Habs with their fight back, Jeff Petry had mixed feelings about his season debut against the Ottawa Senators despite his two goals. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Al Montoya is making some key saves and giving the Canadiens some much needed stability in Carey Price’s absence. [SN]
  • Daniel Carr and Mikhail Sergachev meet with fans at the La Ronde Fan Event. /
  • Just two games into the season, Artturi Lehkonen scored his first NHL goal. [EOTP]
  • GM Marc Bergevin provides insight on the Habs 2016-17 lineup, Nathan Beaulieu’s progress, and the importance of a healthy Carey Price. [NHL]
  • Andrew Shaw’s nephew enjoyed his first NHL game, saying hello to his uncle during warm-ups. /
  • Marie-Philip Poulin hit the 50 career goal and 100 career point mark! [Twitter]
  • Taking a numerical look at Saturday night’s game against the Ottawa Senators. [NHL]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Everyone saw Toronto Maple Leafs rookie, Mitch Marner, score his first goal in front of his hometown crowd. Everyone, that is, except his mom. [NHL]
  • Loui Eriksson scored during his debut with the Vancouver Canucks - on his own net. [SN]
  • The Maimonides Medical Centre showed their support for the home team, the New York Islanders, before their home opener in the most adorable way possible./
  • The Winnipeg Jets are leaving Jacob Trouba in limbo after his trade demand and contract dispute. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Another victim of the World Cup curse. Patrice Bergeron has missed each of  the Boston Bruins first two games due to a lower-body injury but could be ready for action Monday night. [NHL] /

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