July 5, 2022

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Five new CH players are part of the protocol

Five new CH players are part of the protocol

The Christmas break did not have the expected impact on Canadians. One week after the last laps of snow at Brozord‌, five players on the team were added to the COVID-19 protocol list.

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So joined Jake Allen, Ben Chiarot, Jeff Petrie, Chris Wideman and Joel Edmundsson Mike Hoffman, Laurent Dauphin, Arthuri Lehkonen and Tyler Topoli (added in the last few hours).

Goalkeeper coach Eric Raymond was also on the list.

Kaden Primau and Corey Schunemann of the Laval Rocket were recalled.

In addition, Brandon Badak, Cameron Hillis, Gianni Fairbrother and Michael McNiveen will be part of Hubs’ Reserve Squad. Keep in mind that on Sunday evening, the NHL revised this provision to combat the explosion of COVID-19 cases.

This rule will remain in effect until the All-Star Break in early February.

A few soldiers

So Hobbs flew to Florida on Tuesday night to deal with lightning. Nick Suzuki, Cole Cowfield, Brendan Gallagher, Jake Evans, Alexander Romanov and Brett Kulak are the only skaters to reach the Stanley Cup Final at the Montreal Camp.

The Canadian has not played since a 3-2 shootout victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on December 16. His next four duels were postponed. After the meeting in Tampa, he will visit the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday and the Florida Panthers on Saturday afternoon.

On the lightning side, Anthony Cirelli and Andrzej Suster were added to the list. They joined the club’s first two goalkeepers, Andrei Vasilevsky and Brian Elliott, as well as Mikhail Sergachev and Pierre-Edward Bellemer. Head coach Joan Cooper and his assistant Rob Jetler were also affected.

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