The goalie who one day is expected to supplant Carey Price in the Montreal Canadiens’ net doesn’t shave yet. Or, if he does, isn’t required to do so with any great frequency.
Dale Weise may have been reluctant about starting the season in Laval. But he’s since had a change of heart.
It has been a long time since Noah Juulsen, Montreal’s first-round draft pick in 2015, has been able to state he’s healthy.
After the season of his discontent, Charles Hudon understandably doesn’t want to dwell on the past and is seeking a fresh start.
The American Hockey League today announced the following suspensions:
Big forward Michael McCarron is eager to show Montreal Canadiens brass he deserves a promotion after surgery on his left shoulder in February.
Alex Belzile hasn’t lost hope of fulfilling his dream to play in the NHL. He just won’t be with the Canadiens when the regular season commences next week.
The Canadiens have stocked the organizational cupboard with NHL-capable talent that will benefit both Montreal and Laval.
Nick Suzuki and Ryan Poehling want to play in Montreal this season. But neither of them would consider it a failure to start in Laval.
If it was up to Cayden Primeau’s father, the kid never would have become a goalie.