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Tuesday Habs Headlines: Cole Caufield’s shoulder looks just fine

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Montreal Canadiens news and notes

  • Lane Hutson is day-to-day with his injury. [TVA Sports]
  • Nearly two weeks into the NHL season, it is fair to say that Cole Caufield’s shoulder surgery went well. [TVA Sports]
  • Alex Newhook and Juraj Slafkovský have been doing alright without Kirby Dach. [RDS]
  • It worked well last night, but is putting the three veteran forwards together on the same line to best way to take advantage of their experience? [Montreal Gazette]
  • Pierre Turgeon will enter the Canadiens’ Ring of Honour on November 14. []

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The question Katherine Henderson is hoping to have answered by the Hockey Canada investigation into a number of sexual assaults by national team players is: “How does this never happen again?” [TSN]
  • Rick Bowness is taking a leave of absence from the Winnipeg Jets after his wife suffered a medical episode. [Daily Faceoff]
  • The pairing of the explosive Quinn Hughes and quiet Filip Hronek has been one of the best in the NHL this season. [Sportsnet]
  • Taylor Hall is back to being week-to-week after aggravating a shoulder injury. []
  • Patrik Laine was placed on Injured Reserve by the Columbus Blue Jackets. [TSN]
  • Alex DeBrincat and his five goals led the NHL players of the week. []
  • Sam Gagner has signed an AHL deal with the Bakersfield Condors. [TSN]
  • See tracked data from NHL games on the league’s new advanced-stats tool NHL EDGE. []
  • A stamp honouring Willie O’Ree will be unveiled at the Heritage Classic on Saturday. [CBC]

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