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Monday Habs Headlines: Teammates and coaches praise Jacob Fowler’s calm demeanour

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Not allowing a goal against or two to ruin his night is the quality of Jacob Fowler’s that his teammates and coaches appreciate the most. [Radio-Canada]
  • One thing is obvious about Filip Mesar’s season in Kitcherner: he’s too good to be playing Junior hockey. [Journal de Montreal]
  • None of the Canadiens’ goaltenders are off limits, but the GM will still be expecting a fair return should be make a move. [Montreal Gazette]

Around the league and elsewhere

  • David Perron scored career goal #300 in the Detroit Red Wings’ win yesterday. [La Presse]
  • The New Jersey Devils traded Tyce Thompson to the New York Islanders for Arnaud Durandeau. [TSN]
  • Ryan Hartman will have a hearing for slewfooting Red Wings forward Alex DeBrincat. [NHL.com]
  • Minnesota Wild head coach Dean Evason’s frustration with his team’s play has turned into anger directed at his star players being unable to execute. [Sportsnet]
  • The Toronto Maple Leafs will have some clarity on what the next steps are for John Klingberg’s recovery this week. [Sportsnet]
  • Despite the reports of the cost for doing so, the Los Angeles Kings will still be heading to Quebec City ahead of next season, and looking forward to making that trip. [Radio-Canada]
  • Connor Zary and Martin Pospisil will be sticking with the Calgary Flames. [Sportsnet]

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