- Just like the rest of us, the Montreal Canadiens are currently going through a difficult time, as the rest of their season was officially suspended.
- But, this hasn't stopped some of them and their significant others from sharing uplifting messages during this tough time!
- Read some of the messages they are sharing with their followers below.
When it comes to local celebrities, the Montreal Canadiens are at the top of that list. Montreal is a hockey city and now that the Habs' season has been suspended, there is a major role in the hearts of many locals. Luckily for us, we live in the digital world of social media, which means we can still keep tabs on our favourite Habs and their significant others.
We have seen them as dog dads, as romantics, and have even gotten a glimpse inside their homes — but now we're forced to see them in a different state, one that no one could have predicted. Without playing hockey, without training, and being stuck at home, these local celebrities have been doing their best to keep their spirits up.
The Montreal Canadiens have brought a lot of joy into the lives of many locals and some of the players are taking it upon themselves to bring positivity during these challenging times, which we thank them for.
From staying home with the kids to adorable and uplifting dog photos, the Habs are keeping the good vibes going and trying to spread uplifting and educational information about the current situation.
Take a look below at what some of the players have been sharing on their social media during this difficult time.
Plenty of time for dress up this weekend! I hope everyone is staying safe and sound! #wowmomsworldbrossard… https://t.co/1Ib8bI1HCT— Dale Weise (@Dale Weise) 1584301262.0
Dale and Lauren Weise have recently opened a new Wow Mom's World in Montreal. And throughout this difficult time, Mr. Weise has been spending his time playing dress-up with his girls.
He captioned his photo "I hope everyone is staying safe and sound," and we can't help but hope the same.
Max Domi may be cute, but his dog Orion is even cuter.
This Habs player went to both Instagram and Twitter to attempt to shed some light on the current situation we are all facing. "Be kind and caring to those around you - we’re going to get through this, together," Domi wrote.
I hope this dog selfie makes you feel a little better!
Angela Price went above and beyond during this time. She wrote an entire blog post about how she and her family are handling all this.
"Carey said Thursday was the weirdest day of his life, heading to the rink, preparing for a game that night and then fast forward to that evening and we're sitting at home eating Boston Pizza, enjoying some wine with friends, bizarre!"
She also went on to give her followers step by step agendas on how she is going to manage her kids during this time at home.
Kudos to you, Mrs. Price!
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Overlooking the water, Danault looks very serene hanging out with his two little munchkins. I mean if you're going to be stuck at home, it's nice to have a pretty view and cute kids to look at!
He also shared this heartwarming tweet. Thank you, Danault!
Whoever runs the Montreal Canadiens' official Instagram page was absolutely right when they shared the post above that said "feels like we could all use some dog content lately."
You can read about the good things the Club de hockey Canadien are doing for their employees during this time here.
Information on hygiene practices during the pandemic is available on the Government of Canada's website here.