Here's what Rocket's roster could look like in 2022-23

Here’s what Rocket’s roster could look like in 2022-23

Laval Rocket’s run through last year’s playoffs wowed many. The formation directed by Jean-François Houle has created a real buzz in the city, reaching the conference finals in the East.

In the end, Laval lost in seven games to the Springfield Thunderbirds, who lost the final to the Chicago Wolves.

The enthusiasm for the team was real, so much so that Place Bell was packed almost every game. I experienced the feeling of being present during one of these serial duels and just loved it, especially with the electric atmosphere in the amphitheater.

And I’m willing to bet I’m not the only one who loved my experience.

The eyes of the fans and the organization are now focused on the next season, which promises to be just as exciting as last year. When we look at the possible formation of the team in the first game of the season, the amateurs they have a right to be excited about what is to come.

Andrew Zadarnowski lent himself to the exercise of forming the Rocket and Lions trios:

Let’s break it all down.

First, it’s interesting that Zadarnowski sees Juraj Salfkovsky start the season in the American League. Nothing guarantees his place on the Canadiens roster despite being the first pick in the last draft, and there is some possibility that he will start his North American career in Laval.

Considering that Michael Pezzetta finds a way to be indispensable to the big club, we can expect RHP and Jesse Ylonen to be the mainstays of Laval’s attack to start the campaign… even though their manager believes both players are ” ready for the NHL.” .

Forwards from last year expected to make the list include Nate Schnarr, Lucas Condotta, Gabriel Bourque, Brandon Gignac, Alex Belzile, Joel Teasdale and Peter Abbandonato.

Jan Mysak, Xavier Simoneau and Brett Stapley will be in their first full seasons with the pros, while Mitchell Stephens and Anthony Richard will be playing their first seasons with the team.

We agree that the core of the attack is very similar to last year’s, which is an encouraging sign for Jean-François Houle.

The defensive team has changed a bit, as Madison Bowey and Alex Green were acquired this summer.

Gianni Fairbrother (who should play a major role this year), Mattias Norlinder, Corey Schueneman, Arber Xhekaj, Tony Dello and Otto Leskinen should complete the club’s defence.

Cayden Primeau and Kevin Poulin, a pair of goalkeepers who were very effective last year, should start the year in goal.

When we look at the full lineup, we can expect the team to be competitive in 2022-2023. A bit like last year, all of a sudden. We know how much winning at the base can help the development of young players… Which is obviously good news for the organization, but also for its fans.

It should be noted that the American League season will begin on October 14 and that the Rocket will receive their great rivals, the Belleville Senators.

It’s promising… and I’m already looking forward to following the team’s activities.

A lot of

– Not crazy, as a prediction.

– Sick, really.

– Interesting discussion between two star players of the league.

– He was lucky.

– Chicago direction for Alex Leatherwood.


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