Brosard – Canadians train on ice at the Bell Sports Complex on Friday morning.
Here are the combinations of players observed in training:
|Friday, October 22nd
Practice at 11:30 am
|68 – Mike Hoffman||14 – Nick Suzuki||11 – Brendan Gallagher|
|92 – Jonathan Droin||28 – Christian Dvorak / 24 – Adam Brooks||17 – Josh Anderson|
|73 – Tyler Topoli||85 – Matthew Perrault||22 – Coal Coffeefield|
|62 – Arthuri Lehkonen||71 – Jake Evans / 13 – Cedric Packett||40 – Joel Army|
|8 – Ben Chiarrot||26 – Jeff Petrie||35 – Sam Montembo|
|15 – Sami to you||77 – Brett Kulak||Karel Saint-Laurent|
|27 – Alexander Romanov||58 – David Saward|
|20 – Chris Wideman|
Guardian Jake Allen Not trained with the rest of the group.
He practiced on the secondary rink in the company of goalie coach Eric Raymond.
After practice, head coach Dominic Duchareme suggested that defenseman Sammy could make his debut for the Canadians on Saturday night against the Detroit Red Wings at the Bell Center.
However, on the offense, there should be the above lines.
If Nico competes, it will be his first NHL game since the Winnipeg Jets moment after March 1.
“If I get the chance to play, I’m really excited to play in front of the fans,” Finn, 25, coached with Brett Kulak on Friday. “I have to play my game style and be confident and good.”
Dacharme: “We take care of the work that needs to be done”
Very little to say that the best is not happening for Canadians.
But Dacharme believes the tides should change quickly.
Although the final result of Thursday’s game against Carolina was disappointing, he made an effort.
“I’m looking at the signs. I’m looking at the good things to come. We’ll get out of this. It’s going to strengthen us even more. That’s all. It ends where it deserves to end, underlined dacharm.Every night we have 20 guys in training, so we have to find a way as a group, and some guys are learning or assembling that we still need to do more at some level like leadership or the way they play, but we’re going to get over it And we’m going to do it the right way. “
Allen also seemed to have a similar view.
“We have to start believing that the way we play and work becomes a game-changer. Until you stop believing in yourself, the boat will sink,” Allen said. “We need to find this inner confidence in our group and start laughing again and show it. Know, but you need to find passion and sense of urgency in our game genre.
The clash with Detroit ended a four-game home stay.
The Canadians will travel to Seattle on Sunday, crossing swords with the Kraken (October 26), San Jose Sharks (October 28), Los Angeles Kings (October 30) and ducks. ).