Sunday Habs Headlines: Martin Réway was frustrated by the North American game

In today’s links, more on the Réway contract termination, slow start hurting maketing partners, the Prime Minister represents the Habs in Ottawa, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • In case you missed it yesterday, Martin Réway was placed on unconditional waivers for the purpose of contract termination, bringing his time with the Canadiens to an end. [EOTP]
  • Frustration with how his style meshed with the AHL game, and missing home, were the main factors in his decision to end his North American pro career. [RDS | Google Translate] [Athletique]
  • Justin Trudeau donned a Habs jersey to attend the unveiling of a Stanley Cup statue in Ottawa [CBC]
  • The Canadiens fired a barrage of shots on goal last night. That’s been a main theme of the 2017-18 team:/
  • The poor start of the Canadiens, combined with the unsuccessful seasons of the Alouettes and Impact, has been hurting those who’ve tied their marketing strategy to the local professional sports teams. [La Presse]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Ryan Reaves got in an early Halloween scare on teammate Phil Kessel [PensBurgh]
  • The Arizona Coyotes made a trade with the New Jersey Devils to acquire goaltender Scott Wedgewood yesterday. [Five For Howling | All About the Jersey]
  • Alex Ovechkin downplayed his efforts to help out a homeless man in Edmonton [NBC Sports]
  • Matt Duchene has been playing well to start the year, and that is driving up his stock for any team interested in acquiring his services. [Mile High Hockey]/

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