Sunday Habs Headlines: Could the Canadiens hold their own in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition?
In today’s links, how the Habs would compare against other NHL All-Stars, Luke Richardson’s mental health advocacy, and Kendall Coyne Schofield’s historical lap.
Montreal Canadiens news and notes
- How would the Canadiens have stacked up against NHL All-Stars in the skills competition? [NHL]
- Canadiens assistant coach Luke Richardson is huge advocate for helping youth with mental health issues. [Le Journal De Montreal]
- Pierre McGuire believes that Phillip Danault has been one of the more underrated players on the team this season. [TSN 690]
- Shea Weber has been making his presence felt both on and off the ice. [NHL]
- Who might the Canadiens be interested in targeting at the trade deadline? [Sportsnet]/
Around the league and elsewhere
- Kendall Coyne Schofield stole the show at this year’s NHL All-Star weekend, as she became the first woman to participate in the skills competition. [TSN]
- Is there anything Sidney Crosby can’t do? The Pittsburgh Penguins captain skated away with the All-Star game’s MVP honours. [Sportsnet]
- How has KHL All-Star turned musician Mathew Maione been dealing with his viral performance? [TSN 690]
- Though it may be quite difficult to undo the damage that Peter Chiarelli has caused to the Edmonton Oilers, it is not an impossible task. [OilersNation]
- Speaking of the Oilers, who should be the team’s next general manager? [Down Goes Brown]
- Now this is really awesome:/
We’re gonna #PayDecker. pic.twitter.com/TbWSD7NAQP— CCM Hockey (@CCMHockey) January 26, 2019