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Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates – October 12

Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates - October 12

Brosard – Canadians skate on the south coast on Tuesday morning.

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Here are the safety lines and pairs featured in the on-ice session:

Tuesday, October 12
Practice at 10:30 in the morning
73 – Tyler Topoli 14 – Nick Suzuki 22 – Coal Coffeefield
92 – Jonathan Droin 28 – Christian Dvorak 17 – Josh Anderson
40 – Joel Army 71 – Jake Evans 11 – Brendan Gallagher
62 – Arthuri Lehkonen 85 – Matthew Perrault 13 – Cedric Packett
25 – Ryan Pohling 60 – Alex Belzile
77 – Brett Kulak 26 – Jeff Petrie 34 – Jake Allen
8 – Ben Chiarrot 58 – David Saward 35 – Sam Montembo
27 – Alexander Romanov 20 – Chris Wideman
15 – Sami to you

Prior to the start of training, some of the injured players took part in drills.

Attacker Paul Byron (Hip) and Defenseman Matthias Norlinder (Lower Body) Trained with Adam Douglas, Director, Sports Science and Performance and Matthew Romano, Assistant Athletic Therapist and Assistant Physiotherapist.

Canadians have also announced that they have agreed to an eight-year contract extension with Nick Suzuki until the end of the 2029-2030 season.

After two remarkable seasons in the NHL, the London native, Ont., Was shocked to open the contract.

“I love the city of Montreal, I love playing here, I love being a Canadians player, I’ll do that for the next nine years, I hope I can not wait for Suzuki shortly before the departure of the Hobbs charter flight to Toronto. Is. “

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Now that his future has been in stone for many years, the youth center is eager to continue putting his shoulder on the wheel to work.

“I want to improve. During my junior career in the NHL, I was able to improve myself every year, trying to get a bigger role. I still believe I can improve at various levels and as a player I am still growing,” Suzuki said. Management has seen this and they have shared with me for a long time .I’m not happy to be part of this team and contribute as much as I can. “

Video: Nick Suzuki Deutsche on Development

Head coach Dominic Dacharme was also thrilled to have Suzuki here for good.

“We believe in its progress. We have already seen him take many steps forward since he was with us and we have also seen what he can bring us in the future. We hope he can grow as a hockey player and a leader on our team.”

The future

Canadians begin their season on Wednesday night at the Scotbank Arena, where they face the Maple Leafs.

The interview is scheduled for 7 pm ET.

You can follow all the action on TVA Sports or SportsNet or 98.5 fm radio or TSN 690.