Sunday Habs Headlines: Nikita Scherbak never realized his high potential

In today’s links, why Scherbak deserved to be waived, Nylander watch is finally over, and Hextall says goodbye.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Despite being given multiple opportunities to reach his potential, Nikita Scherbak couldn’t quite put it all together. [Sportsnet | La Presse]
  • Victor Mete isn’t letting being sent down to the Laval Rocket deter him from working his way back to the Canadiens’ blue line. [The Athletic]
  • Jonathan Drouin’s consistency on the ice helped earn him the Molson Cup for November. [Journal de Montreal]
  • You can give back this holiday season with the Canadiens’ RadioTéléDON! [Canadiens]
  • Pierre McGuire is of the opinion that the Canadiens need to shake up their power play. [TSN 690]
  • D’awwww:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • William Nylander has re-signed with the Leafs, to the disappointment of all the other teams in the league. [Pension Plan Puppets]
  • The NHL is set to decide on the fate of a new hockey club in Seattle. [Sonics Rising]
  • With more goals being scored this year, goaltenders have to tweak their games accordingly. [NHL]
  • Despite losing his first game back in Ottawa, Erik Karlsson is glad to have had that experience. [Sportsnet]
  • Ron Hextall reflected on his time as the general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • Quite a scary sight:/
  • You know what you need to do Montreal:/
  • Sigh:/

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