It will be almost two months before the Canadians 2020-21 season ends, and now that offseason highlights are behind us, a lot of the focus is on the upcoming CH campaign.
The deals of Jesperi Kotkanimi and Ryan Pohling have yet to be settled, but CH has their eyes on 2021-22.
And even though it’s less than two months before the start of the next regular season, we do not have to wait until October 13 to see the Canadians in action. In fact, with the return of pre-season games this year, Dominic Ducharme’s squad will be in action on September 25 against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The meeting will begin at 2:00 p.m.
– Montreal Canadians (anCanadiensMTL) August 23, 2021
At the same time, the Canadian unveiled his remaining warm-up schedule and we found out he would play six games, but he will face only two teams: the Maple Leafs and the Senators.
If you’re tired of seeing Montreal players facing only Canadian teams with the formation of the North Division last year, you should wait a little longer.
However, contrary to their custom, CH only plays three pre-season games instead of four at home. However, the team confirmed in a statement that the traditional format will return next year.
All meetings begin at 7:00 pm on September 25, except for 2:00 pm and October 1 at 7:30 pm.
At present, it is not known whether they will be televised. The Sportsnet Network announced that the September 25 meeting would be broadcast on their broadcast, but when this announcement was made, there was talk of a game at 7:00 p.m. Adjustment will probably be made, but it will be followed.
So CH will resume action to play performance matches in just one month, and when we know how many internal battles there are, these meetings are very important to allow players to get a place on the roster on October 13th.
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