While some members of the Montreal Canadians have disappointed many fans since the start of the season, some players from other clubs have made a surprising start. Here are seven:
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Troy Terry, Attackant – Ducks de Anaheim
In his first 11 games in the campaign, Troy Terry scored 13 points, including seven goals. This is a surprising product for a 24-year-old American who was drafted in the fifth round (148) in 2015.E As a whole) by ducks. Terry has already delivered his talent with a 20-point harvest in 48 games last season.
Lucas Raymond, Forward – Detroit Red Wings
While most of us expect Trevor Zegras, Ducks or Canadian Cole Cowfield, Lucas Raymond of Sweden’s Red Wings in Detroit has temporarily dominated the Rookie’s top scorer column. With 10 points from 11 games, he is ahead of his German teammate, defenseman Moritz Cedar, who also has a very promising start in the NHL.
Kevin Shatenkirk, Defender – Ducks de Anaheim
There are plenty of surprises for ducks and some observers predict that experienced Kevin Shatenkirk will produce as much. In his second season at Anaheim, the 32-year-old defenseman had 12 points in most games. He is already approaching the 15 points he earned in the last campaign, where he played in 55 games.
Rasmus Aspland, Forward – Buffalo Sabers
Young Sweden Ramos Aspland is definitely not the most popular choice Poolers. However, the 23-year-old forward, who plays for Buffalo Sabers, now has eight points from 10 games, including four goals. He scored at least one point in his last five meetings, including a 4-3 win over the Ducks in Anaheim on October 28 and scoring two goals, including overtime.
Jesse Puljujarvi, Attackant – Oilers de Edmonton
At the age of 23, forward Jesse Pulzuzarvi looks set to finally live up to expectations, having been selected fourth overall by the Oilers in the 2016 draft. A young man with a regular job like Connor McDavid started the current season with 12. Points in 10 games.
Drake Batherson, Forward – Ottawa Senators
After dominating the American League in Belleville, forward Drake Batherson is slowly settling into the National Hockey League as an impact player. With 34 points from 56 games last season, he did very well, but due to his 11 points, including five goals in 10 games since the campaign began, Batherson has surpassed all expectations.
Timo Mir, Forward – San Jose Sharks
At the break after being tested positive for COVID-19, Swiss striker Timo Mir started the season with a bang with 11 points from eight games. There is no doubt about Meyer’s ability, but the player has been very productive over the last two seasons of the Sharks, scoring 66 points in 2018-19, including 30 goals.
Respectful references to many goalkeepers
Many goalkeepers excelled at the start of the season: Frederick Anderson (Caroline), Sergei Bobrowski (Florida), Igor Schesterkin (New York / Rangers) and Elvis Merzlikins (Columbus), to name a few. In Edmonton, Miko Koskinen also surprised with his 7-1-0 record.