The absence of Shea Weber next season is a hole in the Montreal Canadians defensive squad. A hole that Mark Bergewin is interested in filling, so that his team can return to the playoffs.
With this in mind, TVASports.ca is interested in six full-backs that will replace the nickname “Mountain Man”.
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Everything indicates that the Blue Jackets will trade him knowing that he is not interested in rooting in Columbus. He will be able to achieve full autonomy by the end of next season.
Jones is an amazing athlete who can play more than 25 minutes per game. If he agrees to sign a contract extension in Montreal, at just 26, he could be a Hobbs quarterback for many years.
He is a valuable heir to his former mentor Weber with the Nashville Predators. However, does Texas native Arlington really want to play in Canada?
Barry does not replace much of his player profile and 6th place.
One thing is for sure, he lends a big hand to the power play for CH and improves the team transformation game on the level playing field.
In 2020-21, Barry topped the Betman Circuit Defense with 48 points. He will become an unrestricted free agent on July 28th.
The last two seasons Hamilton has taken his game to another level. And how! We are talking about a harvest of 82 points in 102 games and a cumulative record of +50.
Despite his short stature, he is not as intimidating as Weber, but his influence in all three areas is undeniable.
We will definitely fall into another class of players. Larson is not a sexy name.
This big guy of 6’3 ‘and 208, however, can provide a good twenty minutes to CH in critical situations, in addition to abstaining from the game.
Among the defensemen, Larson was fifth in the NHL in body hitting last season. He helps the Hobbes muscle brigade maintain the radiance they have during the playoffs.
It airs in Sweden on July 28.
Yes, Giordano is left-handed, it would not be ideal if Weber had a goal in place. But the options are unfortunately not too many, and Giordano brings a lot of features similar to the features of a man with a beard.
The Flames veteran plays a very physical style, playing in the West since the beginning of his career.
He is 37 years old, but has only one year left to sign a contract with Calgary Flames, valued at an average of 75 to 6.75 million.
Finn has been at the heart of transaction rumors for many years now.
His outrageous sophisticated statistics and questionable defensive play have previously intimidated National Hockey League teams.
What can he do outside of Buffalo, an environment that has proven toxic to many players?
The question must be asked. However, caution is in order.