CH Development Camp: Lots of attacking talent, less blue line

CH Development Camp: Lots of attacking talent, less blue line

The Canadiens’ young prospects met in form and played for the second in as many days at Brossard. Once again, we prioritize small space play over more regular form. increases the space and that favors fast and highly talented players.

these matches within the team they were even broadcast on the RDS website. No, no, we’re not intense as a supporter in Montreal…

Please note that I plead guilty; I saw everything…until Logan Mailloux started his press conference.

What do I remember from this other day of development at Brossard?

1. Juraj Slafkovsky still has a lot to learn and a lot to eat. I want to believe that he may be tired after intense days last week (and the Weekend latest) Y which is better on large surfaces, but rest that he wasn’t among the more dominant attackers this lunch hour again.

We shouldn’t worry too much… but we also shouldn’t think that Slafkovsky is ready to play in the Canadiens’ front row for 82 games in 2022-23.

Slafkovsky is a project that will probably require a lot of polishing in Laval (both on the ice and on gym and in front of the screen). But he has all the necessary qualities to succeed. Here’s a little footage of him this morning.

two. Several attackers stood out yesterday and today. This is particularly the case for Sean Farrell, Filip Mesar, Emil Heineman and Joshua Roy. Riley Kidney and Ty Smilanic also showed great things. There’s definitely more talent than there used to be in Montreal’s prospect bench…which is normal when you started rebuilding and trading veterans for youth selection/draft. The Canadian has recruited and been looking for several young players in recent months.

Note that Martin McGuire was impressed by Emil Heineman’s performance. Will Heineman be the surprise of CH’s next training camp? Will you have a good time this autumn in Laval? Will he return to Sweden? We’ll see.

Remember that Heineman came to Laval for a few days at the end of the season, before returning prematurely to Sweden.

3. If the future of Montreal’s offense looks good right now, that doesn’t mean the defense isn’t as good (if not more so). Jordan Harris (absent), Kaiden Guhle (injured), Justin Barron (injured), Arber Xhekaj (injured) and Logan Mailloux (injured) will not participate in the minigames at Brossard. We’re talking about the organization’s top prospects at the blue line (with Lane Hutson). Probably some attackers would have a harder time if they were on the ice…

Arber Xhekaj and Gianni Fairbrother are also injured.

Four. The support from the Canadiens fans is unparalleled.

5. I didn’t see the future Carey Price on the ice this morning. #Dobes #Dichow

6. The attackers skated for the first time around 9:00 a.m. and the defenders around 9:30 a.m. At 9:30 am, there were nine coaches … and only seven prospects on the ice.

7. Vincent Lecavalier, Adam Nicholas, Marie-Philip Poulin, Martin St-Louis, Kent Hughes… various members of the organization are at the Bell Complex this week.

8. Logan Mailloux was back skating with a team therapist this morning. We feel it more intense than yesterday. It is a good signal.

9. Juraj Slavkovsky is now list a 6’3. Lane Hutson? A 5’8 and 151 pounds!

10 I would have liked to see a little more of Owen Beck this afternoon…

eleven I liked seeing Canadians put an emphasis on Y at the end of Slavkovsky. Unfortunately, my North American keyboard won’t let me…

A lot of

– The chances of seeing a big name like Palat, Malkin, Kane, Kadri, Giroux, Gaudreau or Perron land in Montreal in the next few days are minimal according to Martin McGuire.

Educ’alcool They did not like the behavior of Samuel Girard during his day with the Stanley Cup in Roberval. [ICIRC]

– Miguel Tourigny wants to play the 2022-23 season at Laval, and not in the QMJHL. [TheAthletic]

– Four players will have their contracts purchased tonight in the NHL.

Weegar could also interest the Sabers.

– Joël Bouchard has been replaced by the best coach in the history of the American League in San Diego.

– The dispute between the players and Soccer Canada is about big dollars.

– Kamal Miller will participate in the MLS All-Star Game. He will face the stars of Liga MX (Mexico).

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