Tonight, we were entitled to a distinguished guest at the blue pocketwhile the defender of the Canadian, David Savard, passed by the podcast by Guillaume Latendresse and Maxim Lapierre. To listen to the full episode, by the way, it’s here:
This is what I remember of Savard’s visit to podcast of the two former Canadian players:
1. Savard recalled last summer, when he was a free agent and made the decision to sign a contract in Montreal. Although we knew that the CH was going to stick their noses into the file, the defender stated that throughout the process it is the Montreal formation that was most interested in his services.
Considering the lack of skilled defenders in the organization and Marc Bergevin’s interest in defenders of this style, it makes sense.
As Savard points out, the fact that the Habs offered him a four-year contract (which wasn’t the case for every team that contacted him) played a role in his decision. However, playing in front of his family more often and being closer to home has also had an impact.
two. #58 says he can’t wait to see who the Canadiens draft player will be on July 7. He notes that the team’s veterans are eager to welcome him to the group and intend to put him at ease quickly. Savard benefited from this early in his career, and after doing the same with Pierre-Luc Dubois in Columbus, he wants to make sure he welcomes the player “who will have the potential to change the franchise.”
3. The defender was very impressed to see the response of the people after the death of Guy Lafleur. He obviously believes that he will allow young people to understand the importance of hockey legends in Montreal, but admits that he himself was scarred by everything that followed the sad announcement of Lafleur’s death.
After all, as he pointed out, many of the people who gave the Bell Center a standing ovation during the Lafleur tribute didn’t even get to see him play. However, he made such an impression that it had such an effect, even on people who had never seen him play.
Four. Savard says injuries to Joel Edmundson and Carey Price earlier in the season hurt team morale. After all, both guys were supposed to be ready for the start of the season, but ended up missing several months of activity.
And with several losses in the opening weeks of the season, the boys had a hard time getting back on their feet.
In short, very interesting points discussed during the podcastwhich you can listen to in its entirety HERE, in particular to learn a bit more about Savard’s time in Columbus (the “last team you saw recruit him”), his appreciation of John Tortorella, and his impressions of the impressive system in place. in Tampa Bay.
A lot of
– Bad news for Avalanche.
Darcy Kuemper has left the game with an upper body injury and it is doubtful he will return.
—Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) June 1, 2022
– Will the Lightning be without Brayden Point for the second consecutive series? Probably yes.
The present day @TBLightning well-informed person @Erik_Erlendsson United @seanrcampbell to discuss the health status of Brayden Point, Andrei Vasilevskiy vs. Igor Shesterkin and more. Listen: https://t.co/z2kZ63FUI6
– Radio TSN 690 (@TSN690) May 31, 2022
– A whole character.
“He says that if you feel him, he will return to Russia.”
You don’t threaten Malkin with the bench.
📺: https://t.co/EIVNWuuEjs pic.twitter.com/62mdYujnQg
– Spitting Chiclets (@spittinchiclets) May 30, 2022
– Alexis Lafrenière’s new agent claims that his client had big fun from the beginning of the series. [Fanadiens]
– Alain Chainey sees Juraj Slafkovsky at the height of hopes for the next vintage.
He was a recruiter @AnaheimDucks It was him at the table when the #Ducks have selected #ryangetslaf Y #coreyperry Have a little talk later today #the Colisseum in the halls of #VAT The #1 choice for #alainchaney a #nhldraft2022 ? A #JurajSlafkovsky 😉
— Jean-Michel Dufaux (@jmdufaux) June 1, 2022
– Andrei Vasilevskiy may have been sunburned by being drafted by the senators. [HabsEtLNH]
– A very interesting parallel.
“The Lightning only made the playoffs once in the next five years. The fans had to be patient. – @jp_tvasportshttps://t.co/io91sE7msK
— TVA Sports (@TVASports) June 1, 2022
– Another win for the Montreal Alliance.
The outside-in duo of Hernst Laroche and Gaios Skordilis led the Alliance to an 86-80 triumph. https://t.co/xDaOy8OE3Q
— AlleyOop360 (@AlleyOop360) June 1, 2022
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