The Montreal Canadians are eager to return to winning ways if they want to advance to the playoffs, with the Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Cancంs regaining strength following him.
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Head coach Travis Green seems to have revived the entire locker room with a forced break. On Sunday and Tuesday, she won two of her home games with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Thus, eight points behind Connex Hubs, four games in hand. So nothing was resolved and in British Columbia, no one was left out.
“We may have crashed back from where we left off and I’m really proud of the guys. It’s a testament to who we’ve been here for,” defenseman Quinn Hughes told NHL.com.
Leading Brandon Holtby, one of the reasons for the revived life of Connex, blocked 74 of Leafs’ 79 shots this week. However he only started one of 11 games until March 2 and then had to fight COVID-19. “Holts is clearly one of the guys who solved the problem. It’s great to have this happen and play like that,” Tanner praised Pearson.
Already in series
Every game is like a playoff game, with dangerous situations where they find themselves in the canonical standings. This will happen to the rest of the campaign if the race gets tougher.
“If you want to get a chance, you have to win every game,” Holtby said. This proves that we are not removed. We are wrong to think that these two victories are enough. We needed it to stay in the game and now it was time to get back to work and finally keep trying hard to give us a chance to fight. ”
“A lot of people thought they couldn’t take either of these two games and our team is here to win,” Green said.
Connex will host the Ottawa Senators on Thursday. The two clubs will then fight three more times, Saturday at Rogers Arena, then Monday and Wednesday at the Canadian Tire Center.