Sunday Habs Headlines: Nathan Beaulieu’s honesty draws mixed reactions

In today’s links, the effect of Beaulieu’s comments, how new players are faring under Julien, and one very unlucky fan.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Nathan Beaulieu’s candour following his healthy scratch has drawn a lot of criticism, but Stu Cowan offers a different take on the defenceman’s comments. [TSN 690]
  • Our very own Kyle Medeiros takes a look at how Marc Bergevin’s trade deadline acquisitions have fared under Claude Julien. [EOTP]
  • With the regular season coming to an end, is it already time for the Canadiens to look forward to the playoffs? [Montreal Gazette]
  • Head coach Claude Julien remains confident in his team. [RDS]
  • If you haven’t already done so, check out and comment on the latest edition of the European Prospect Report. It even includes an exclusive interview with a former Canadien and IceCap! [EOTP]
  • Maurice Richard reached a milestone in 1945 that is forever remembered by hockey fans. [NHL]
  • Speaking of milestones, Andrei Markov has reached one himself:/
  • Carey Price continues to be Carey Price:/
  • Chris Terry seems poised to set a record of his own:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • How do national team players get paid in Canada and the United States? [The Ice Garden]
  • With the expansion draft set to occur this off-season, get a head start on learning about what is about to happen. [NHL]
  • Chris Pronger hopes to follow the footsteps other former players and transition to a front-office job with an NHL team. [TSN]
  • University of Wisconsin Badgers goalie Ann-Renee Desbiens battled injury-related setbacks to capture the Patty Kazmaier Award. [Montreal Gazette]
  • One unlucky fan suffered an “upper-body” injury during a game between the Colorado Avalanche and Detroit Red Wings. [NBC Sports]/

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