Friday Habs Headlines: Noah Juulsen will benefit from playing with Matt Taormina

Here are your daily links, including the next Habs defenceman to learn from Taormina, tempers flare at practice, and another honour for the Fabs goaltender

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • After Jakub Jerabek and Brett Lernout, it’s Noah Juulsen’s turn to learn from Matt Taormina  [The Athletic]
  • Carey Price is finally coming around to his normal form [RDS]
  • Andrew Shaw and Joe Morrow get physical at practice [TVA Sports (video)]
  • Our Julian McKenzie joins the Hockey Inside/Out crew [The Gazette (video)]
  • For the second time in three weeks, Emerance Maschmeyer was named the CWHL’s goaltender of the week. [CWHL]
  • While Artturi Lehkonen coming back is good news, it isn’t going to be easy to fit him into the lineup. [The Athletic]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Would John Tavares be OK being the number two centre in Toronto? [TSN]
  • Canada will be announcing their women’s hockey Olympic roster this afternoon./
  • Meanwhile, the Americans reportedly cut two key players from their roster. [The Ice Garden]
  • Blue Jays prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. talks about his dad and the Hall of Fame [Players Tribune]
  • There will be no shortage of 2018 NHL Draft prospects at the World Juniors. [NHL]
  • The way we look at defencemen may be changing. [Rotowire]
  • Ken Hitchcock won his 800th NHL game [Sportsnet]
  • The Pegula family - who own the Buffalo Sabres and Bills - have bought the NWHL’s Buffalo Beauts. [The Ice Garden]
  • The Swedish women’s hockey champions raise their banner:/
  • Here are the best new sports logos of 2017 [SportsLogos]/

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