Wednesday Habs Headlines: Trevor Timmins approached by another team

Here are your daily links, including the Big Cubano's big performance and Carey Price's possible return.

Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • Trevor Timmins was approached by another team, but Marc Bergevin wanted to keep him. [Twitter]
  • Stephane Quintal sat down with Andrew Shaw for a little “chat”. [LeBrun]
  • Al Montoya recorded his first shutout of the season against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Habs' home opener. /
  • Without writing anything in stone, Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin says there's a chance Carey Price could start in Thursday's game versus the Coyotes. /
  • The Canadiens brass talks about how developing players is more important than winning, but the St. Johns IceCaps are doing neither. Geoff Molson  joins Chris Nillan and Sean Campbell to discuss the importance of winning in the city of Montreal  [AHL][Molson]
  • Canadiens owner Geoff Molson would be surprised if the NHL Centennial celebration in Montreal included an outdoor game. [La Presse]
  • St. Johns' Michael McCarron awarded a two-game suspension for headbutting at the end of Sunday's game versus the Bruins. /
  • After suffering through an historic collapse last season, the Habs claim they came out on the other side with a valuable learning experience, but just how much of those lessons were taken to heart? [EOTP]
  • The Reids, Sergachev's billet family in Windsor, ON played an instrumental role in helping the young defender adapt to life in North America. [Gazette]
  • In their Saturday night matchup against the Ottawa Senators, the Canadiens relied a little too heavily on back-up goaltender Al Montoya. Eyes on the Prize takes a closer look at the Big Cubano's second game in a Canadiens sweater. [EOTP]
  • Mikhail Sergachev's family flew all the way from Russia to see him play his first official Bell Centre home game/

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • With only a handful out of 1230 regular season games out of the way, we can hardly rely on early-season trends to sustain themselves for the rest of the year. [Sportsnet]
  • Alex Kovalev returns to the ice two years after retiring. [Swiss Hockey News]
  • Philadelphia Flyers prospect  Zachary Malatesta suspended for seven games following his dangerous hit on Pascal Laberge during Saturday's QMJHL matchup between the Moncton Wildcats and Victoriaville Tigres. [TVA Sports]
  • There's a youth movement in the NHL, and players like Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner are at the head of the train. [CBC]/

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