December 4, 2022

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The Montreal Canadians lost a poor game Saturday night despite a training break the day before and a full day of rest.

The club will have to find a solution quickly as they look forward to another four games week of players.

See Josh Anderson’s comments after Sunday’s practice.

After playing Josh Anderson and his team for five games, returning to the game on March 6 after being treated for a minor body injury, the condensed schedule has no need to justify such a decline.

“In the middle of the season, it’s like playing every two days, it’s like this.

“We can’t find excuses. You have to be competitive and play with seriousness.”

Anderson, who scored 10 goals and 14 points in 24 outings, scored three shots and two hits on goal 3-1 at the hands of the Calgary Flames on Saturday.

He will not take lightly the two games against the Jets on Monday and Wednesday, before returning to Montreal for the Friday and Saturday games.

“The next two games are very important to us. In the last two, we were not as engaged as we should be and there was no communication or support.

“In that case, we will succeed.”

A “guarantee” on Monday

Speed ​​trader convinced Monday in preparation for the game. According to his statements, the Hobbes will not impose themselves on her pet, taming her only once in four duels this season (1-1-2).

“I can assure you that everyone will have wings and be ready to play. We currently have no choice but to spread the word on standings.”

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If the death penalty is labor on ice, Anderson will ensure that players have confidence in the workforce.

“It simply came to our notice then. It’s something you run and support yourself to make it happen. We talked to each other. We trust this team. ”