Tuesday Habs Headlines: Jose Theodore sings Carey Price’s praises

Here are your daily links, including Theodore on Price, Shaw chirping the Hawks, and one relocation on hold while another heats up

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • After speaking out against Carey Price earlier this season when the star netminder missed games with the flu, Jose Theodore has changed his tune, now singing the game’s best’s praises. [NHL.com]
  • The Habs made a couple of roster moves yesterday, re-assigning Connor Crisp back to St. John’s from Brampton after a productive stint in the ECHL .../
  • ... and then, perhaps more surprisingly, Chris Terry was summoned to Montreal. Though with both Daniel Carr and Sven Andrighetto are in the lineup, it was unlikely the Canadiens would give time to a third young, skilled player. [EOTP]
  • Andrew Shaw got lots of love from the home fans upon his return to Chicago, but had just as much fun chirping his former teammates:/
  • The Canadiens may not have gotten the win Sunday, but they didn’t look like a team whose hot start was just a fluke, either. [Gazette]
  • Three Montreal prospects were in the lineup for Team OHL last night in the Canada-Russia Series, and all turned in solid performances:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Hockey Hall of Fame officially enshrined its newest inductees yesterday, including superstar Eric Lindros. It was an emotional day for all parties involved. [NHL.com]
  • Is the Hockey Hall of Fame doing enough to grow the women’s game? The slow pace of new female inductees certainly isn’t helping. [The Bloggers’ Tribune]
  • The Arizona Coyotes announced an arena project in the works! “That should put to bed any relocation speculation,” said nobody ever. [Five For Howling]
  • Speaking of relocation, NFL star Russell Wilson is partnering with a group aiming to bring NHL hockey to the Seattle area:/
  • Action against concussions in the NHL isn’t limited to a bunch of retired enforcers. Stars of today like Mark Scheifele and Gabriel Landeskog are also getting involved. [Sports Illustrated]
  • If you haven’t heard of him yet, here’s a look at the impact Troy Stecher has had on the Canucks’ blue line:/

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