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Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates – December 11

Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates - December 11

St. Louis – Canadians held morning practice at the Enterprise Center to prepare for Saturday night’s clash with the Blues.

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Here are the player combinations implemented by head coach Dominic Ducharm:

Saturday, December 11th
Exercise in the morning
AG C AD
68 – Mike Hoffman 14 – Nick Suzuki 62 – Arthuri Lehkonen
92 – Jonathan Droin 25 – Ryan Pohling 40 – Joel Army
85 – Matthew Perrolt 71 – Jake Evans 22 – Cole Cowfield
55 – Michael Pazzetta 13 – Cedric Pockett 45 Laurent Dauphin / 56 – Jesse Ylonen
DG DD G.
8 – Ben Chiarrot 58 – David Saward 34 – Jake Allen
77 – Brett Kulak 43 – Kale Clog 35 – Sam Montembuilt
27 – Alexander Romanov 20 – Chris Wideman
64 – Corey Schunemann 26 – Jeff Petrie

After the on-ice session, Ducharm shared several changes and updates on his injuries.

Video: Dominic Ducharm’s pre-match press briefing

Joel Armia wore a blue-and-white-and-red uniform again Saturday night, healing the wound that had caused him to miss the last two meetings. The Finnish forward has been in full training for the first time since December 4, training alongside Jonathan Droin and Ryan Pohling.

Jake Evans, meanwhile, will not be in the game in St. Louis; He suffered an injury for the first twenty Thursday nights in Chicago. Every day Evans’ situation is re-evaluated and Laurent Dauphin takes the lead against the Blues in his absence.

Ducharm hopes Evans will play again Tuesday against the Penguins in Pittsburgh.

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Before the manager’s press conference, the club announced that he was a winger Tyler Topoli Should lose eight weeks of activity After hand surgery earlier this week.

Jake Allen will make his seventh consecutive start by stabbing ahead of his former squad for the first time since the trade brought to Montreal in September 2020.

Mike Hoffman is also returning to the city for the first time playing in the 2020-2021 season.

Video: Mike Hoffman on several injuries to the club

“I loved it, and the guys were great. We got to the playoffs, but we had a tough duel with Colorado,” the 32-year-old forward recalled, playing 52 games with the Blues last year. The city can do a lot or not really explore, but I enjoyed it as it continued. “

The interview is scheduled for 7 p.m. in St. Louis.