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Monday Habs Headlines: Some potential fits for a Sean Monahan trade

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • The Colorado Avalanche and Winnipeg Jets are two teams that could use what Sean Monahan provides. [RDS]
  • “I’m happy for Jo,” said Martin St-Louis ahead of Jonathan Drouin’s return to the Bell Centre with the Avalanche. [RDS]
  • It was an emotional night for Joshua Roy when he made his NHL debut. [Journal de Montreal]
  • A combination of increased experience and growing confidence are what Juraj Slafkovsk√Ĺ believes are fuelling his recent play. [La Presse]
  • A commitment to winning the 50/50 puck battles has the Laval Rocket rising up the AHL standings. [La Presse]
  • Members of the Canadiens’ front office felt it was important to be in attendance for the first PWHL game played in Montreal. [Journal de Montreal]
  • Terry Ryan, a first-round draft selection of the Canadiens in 1995, spent his 47th birthday playing an ECHL game with the Newfoundland Growlers. [Sportsnet]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • “It’s okay to ask for help,” says Samuel Girard, who just spent time in the Player Assistance Program. [La Presse]
  • The coaches of the division-leading teams have been locked in for the NHL All-Star Game, and that included Rick Bowness of the Winnipeg Jets and the Vancouver Canucks’ Rick Tocchet. [NHL.com]
  • With a late arrival in Toronto pushing back the start of the game, the Detroit Red Wings beat the Maple Leafs to move into a playoff spot. [Sportsnet]
  • Connor Bedard remains the favourite to win the Calder Trophy. [NHL.com]
  • Forty-one 2024 draft-eligible prospects will participate in the All-American Game this afternoon. [NHL.com]
  • Canada claimed the bronze medal at the Women’s World Under-18 Championship. [CBC]

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