December 1, 2023

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Canadian | Brett Kulak quits training

Canadian |  Brett Kulak quits training

Shortly after the Montreal Canadians started training at the Bell Sports Complex on Tuesday morning, defenseman Brett Kulak retired to the locker room and has not returned to the snow since.

The reason for his absence is not currently known, but Hobbs indicated Monday that he was absent from training to undergo treatment.

For his part, forward Cedric Pacquete wore a regular jersey for the first time after suffering another unknown injury. Kubeser was injured during the second period of the November 9 game against the Los Angeles Kings.

For his part, defenseman Joel Edmundson continued his fitness program by skating with his teammates. The veteran once again wore a no-hitting sweater.

Edmundsson still has not played a meeting with Blue-Blanc-Rouge this season because he has been sidelined with an injury since the start of camp.

For his part, goalkeeper Jake Allen participated in the second consecutive full training session with his teammates.

Allen has been on the sidelines since Nov. 13 when he was severely charged by Detroit Red Wings forward Dylan Larkin. The head coach of Canadian Dominic Ducharm confirmed a few days later that his goalkeeper had suffered a concussion.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Practiced in the power play on the second ice before the start of Canadian practice. Habs are at 28E Ranked the NHL Power Play this season with a hunger rate of 14.8%.

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In addition, forward Paul Byron did solo skates before the start of the training session.

Canadian Alexander Ovechkin and his gang will embark on a three-game trip starting Wednesday night. He will be looking for his second consecutive win after signing 6-3 with the Nashville Predators at the Bell Center on Saturday night.

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