Tuesday Habs Headlines: Logan Shaw to join the team in Boston, Phillip Danault out with a concussion

In today’s links, Danault thanks fans for support, Drouin’s underwhelming numbers, thinking about the NHL’s next 100 years, and more

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • In case you missed it yesterday, Logan Shaw was claimed off waivers by the Canadiens. [EOTP]
  • He will join the team when the Habs travel to Boston today. [Montreal Gazette]
  • After a lot of hype in the off-season about the acquisition of Jonathan Drouin, the results on the ice have not lived up to it. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Phillip Danault will miss at least three games while dealing with a concussion. [La Presse]
  • He thanked everyone for their concerns about his health:/
  • Bob McKenzie was just as frustrated as you are by the silly offside review that denied the Habs a goal last night:/
  • Jake DeBrusk had been looking forward to participating in the Habs-Bruins rivalry since the moment he was drafted by Boston. [The Milford Daily News]
  • What will the NHL look like in 100 years? Some Habs players take a stab at some speculative science fiction. [Canadiens.com]
  • The process of bringing an ECHL team to St. John’s is well underway, but still a long way from being finalized. [The Telegram]
  • It was 32 years ago yesterday that Patrick Roy recorded the first of 66 career shutouts. [NHL.com]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • Andrei Markov was sure to make the most out of playing with some of the best hockey players in the world in Sunday’s KHL All-Star Game:/
  • Sebastian Aho of the Carolina Hurricanes is out indefinitely after sustaining both a concussion and a lower-body injury in a collision with Mark Giordano. [Canes Country]
  • The correlation between head trauma in sports and the development of CTE has been documented in recent years. Now comes news that impact injuries are also linked to ALS. [CTV News]
  • The Vegas Golden Knights have signed Deryk Engelland to a contract extension [Knights On Ice]
  • With 10,000 fans showing up for their fan fest, it’s clear that hockey is finding a home in Las Vegas. [NHL.com]
  • With just 16 points in 44 games, Jason Spezza was made a healthy scratch on Monday. [Sportsnet]
  • Fortunately for Dallas Stars fans, they have been treated to the exuberant celebrations from Alexander Radulov that Canadiens fans got to enjoy last season. [Defending Big D]
  • Two Flames and a man named Phil were the NHL’s 3 Stars of the Week. [NHL.com]/

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