Monday Habs Headlines: Torrey Mitchell the warrior

Here are your daily links, including Torrey Mitchell’s approval from coach, the time is now for the Habs and the sub-par goaltending of the Maple Leafs

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • After being hospitalized on Saturday, Jacques Demers was released from the hospital and sent home on Sunday afternoon. [CBC]
  • Michel Therrien praises his team, calling Torrey Mitchell a “warrior” after Saturday nights game against the Boston Bruins. [Journal de Montreal]
  • With a strong foundation of veteran talent and just one more season on Carey Price’s contract, the time is now for the Habs. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Canadiens seem to be a whole new team this year. Important pieces of the puzzle have been added - leadership and depth - creating a great atmosphere around the team. [SN]
  • Alex Galchenyuk headed to Foot Locker for the new Converse boot launch and to hang with some fans:/
  • Les Canadiennes, Karell Emard, talks about her career, her most embarrassing moment and Habs spark-plug, Brendan Gallagher. [La Presse]/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • Despite the great play from the Toronto Maple Leafs youngsters, Don Cherry believes they’re not winning because of “lousy” goaltending. [SN]
  • The Winnipeg Jets - Edmonton Oilers Alumi game may have been the last time we get to witness Wayne Gretzky on the ice. [SN]
  • An NHL-loving couple checked a big item off their bucket list after they attended a game in every NHL arena. [NHL]
  • Aaron Ekblad’s contract set the bar too high for defensemen and, as a result, could mess up many contracts moving forward. [SN]
  • Sometimes sports fans can take criticizing to an extreme level without considering the ramifications.  [Full Tilt NYR]
  • The KHL is looking to expand: /

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