In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal.
Welcome to the worst week of the season for the Montreal Canadiens. That’s the bad news. The even worse news is that many of us think what you’re seeing right now is, in fact, the real Habs. Or rather, what you’re seeing is the Canadiens in the second half of the National Hockey League season, when the good teams step it up and the middling teams have trouble keeping up.
Brendan Kelly sounds off: What the Puck: The Canadiens didn’t come to play this week
Danny Arsenault, 40, of LaSalle, currently faces two charges alleging he harassed Charlotte Bouchard, 23, by frequently posting comments to her posts on Twitter and Instagram. The alleged harassment began in 2014 and continued until 2017.
Paul Cherry files this report: Man charged with harassing Eugenie Bouchard’s sister thought he was God
“He’s such a great coach,” says Avalanche’s Nathan MacKinnon, who won Memorial Cup with Habs assistant while playing for Halifax Mooseheads.
Stu Cowan has the inside track: Canadiens Notebook: Some high praise for Habs’ Dominique Ducharme
More than half of the CEGEPs in Quebec — 26 out of 48 — have still not formally adopted a policy, the government reports.
Among the vanity plates rejected were those containing offensive language or suggesting a lack of respect for the rules of the road
GM Marc Bergevin puts the blame on players, not the coaching staff, with Habs ranked last in NHL with a 12.8 per cent success rate.
Stu Cowan files this report: Canadiens’ power play has been brutal — even comically bad
‘He’s already been punished,’ defence lawyer Frank Addario says of the time Rizzuto has already spent behind bars in a tainted investigation.
Paul Cherry has the details: Judge decides Feb. 25 if case against Leonardo Rizzuto should be tossed
The Quebec Community Groups Network is calling for a meeting with the premier after he defended removal of English signs at a Lachute hospital