Saturday Habs Headlines: Phillip Danault doing better, but still not ready to return to practice

In today’s links, Danault is slowly recovering from his concussion, Carey Price is set for the All-Star Game, Adam Cracknell is happy for a new lease on his hockey career, and more.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Phillip Danault is doing better in his recovery from a concussion, but still has some dizziness, and isn’t yet ready to return to practice. [RDS | Google Translate]
  • Carey Price and his family have travelled to Tampa Bay for the All-Star Game, but it’s yet to be determined whether daughter Liv will take to the ice again this year. []
  • The chemistry between Paul Byron and Charles Hudon is spreading to other branches of their families:/


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  • Adam Cracknell details how difficult it has been to be moved from city to city with a new family to consider, and how he believes he’s found some stability in Laval/Montreal. []
  • A few members of the Laval Rocket got together to play some Mario Kart:/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • It’s currently Rasmus Dahlin and then everyone else five months before the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. [TSN]
  • The NHL could eliminate the fuzzy standard that is goaltender interferecne by adopting the IIHF’s crease violation rule. [Sportsnet]
  • Hannah and Marissa Brandt will be competing in the Winter Olympics as sisters, but representing countries on opposite sides of the Pacific. [CNN]/

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