Monday Habs Headlines: Tomas Plekanec relieved to end scoring drought

Here are your daily links including pressure lessened for Plekanec, Lindgren continues to shine and Bon Jovi compliments Matthews

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Tomas Plekanec has a little less pressure on his shoulders now that he’s finally notched his first goal of the season. [JDM]
  • Fifty children battling Cancer had a magical evening at the Bell Centre watching the Canadiens take on the Philadelphia Flyers. [JDM]
  • Although victorious against the Flyers on Saturday, the Canadiens are still working on tightening things up. [Montreal Gazette]
  • It might be wise to increase Alex Galchenyuk’s ice time /
  • Greg Pateryn and Jeff Petry put their movie knowledge to the test as they face off in The Duel - Emoji Movies edition. [NHL]
  • As part of the NHL Hockey Fights Cancer program, one lucky fan had the privilege of announcing the Habs starting lineup to the boys in the locker room. [NHL]
  • Jack Han helps shed a little light on the Habs PDO. [Twitter]
  • St. John’s IceCaps rookie goaltender, Charlie Lindgren, continues to impress with a 7-1-0 record. /

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • A player safety review regarding the hit on Daniel Sedin by Nazem Kadri during Saturday nights Toronto verses Vancouver game, reveals that Kadri will not be serving a suspension. [SN]
  • Mitchell Marner and Auston Matthews are Living on a Prayer during their match against Vancouver on Saturday. They’re skills even earned them praise from Bon Jovi himself. /
  • Sweden took home the gold in the World U17 Challenge after defeating Team Canada Black. [Hockey Canada]
  • Slovakia hockey player, Marek Svatos, has passed away at the age of thirty-four. [IIHF] /

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