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Canadiens Wrap: Habs Step Up For Young Fan; Matthews On A Tear

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The Montreal Canadiens stepped up for a young fan who was treated poorly by Scotiabank Arena staff.

The staff at Scotiabank Arena need to lighten up and have a heart.

Don’t let Adrian Dater leave Twitter!

That and more in the latest Bruins Wrap:

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One of the most annoying things is when people are given positions with power and they abuse it. That seems to have been the case in Toronto Saturday as a young Montreal Canadiens fan was given a choice to either surrender a stick that Habs center Nick Suzuki gave him or leave Scotiabank Arena before the Canadiens game with the Maple Leafs even began. He hand his Dad chose the latter and rightfully so.

More on Montreal Canadiens prospect Riley Kidney from my partner-in-scribe, Marco D’Amico in the rest of his Q and A with the Acadie-Bathurst Titan star.

Sam Montembeault was slated to get the start for the Habs Monday vs the Winnipeg Jets at the Bell Centre and Suzuki was absent from the game-day skate again.

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BOS: The Boston Bruins are sorely missing David Pastrnak on the powerplay going 0-for-11 during his three-game absence due to an undisclosed injury.

Pitt: Pittsburgh Penguins star forward Evgeni Malkin was scheduled to have a hearing this evening for cross-checking Nashville Predators defenceman Mark Borowiecki Sunday.

Philly: Bobby Brink signed his entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers Sunday, practiced with the team Monday and will make his NHL debut Tuesday in Washington when the Flyers take on the Capitals.

Florida: Florida Panthers rookie center Anton Lindell will be a key to the Panthers’ playoff success.

Detroit: Detroit Red Wings forward Sam Gagner would like to sign an extension with the Wings and help with the team’s rebuild.

Colorado: Twitter without longtime Colorado Avalanche beat reporter and friend Adrian Dater just won’t be the same. Don’t leave Adrian!

San Jose: Will veteran forward Nick Bonino remain with the San Jose Sharks past this season?

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Vancouver: The Vancouver Canucks are being bit by the injury bug at the worst possible time as they try to earn a playoff spot.

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Auston Matthews became the first Toronto Maple Leafs player to scored 55 goals and has been on fire lately. In four games last week, Matthews had seven goals and 11 points and that earned him NHL Player of The Week honors.

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