It did not take long for Martin St.-Louis to take the place he deserved.
Since he got behind the bench of Canadians, he has responded to many questions through his actions.
For example: Before his arrival, we wondered if Habs’ decision-makers had made a mistake by keeping Cole Cowfield in the NHL. Staying in the American League, where he regains his confidence is the most logical solution.
St. Louis said no.
He gets out of the quicksand he is trapped with the Canadian.
The results came quickly to prove the coach was right. Cowfield not recognized. St.-Louis gives him the opportunity to unleash his talent as a scorer and use his speed. He was freed from the straightjacket that bothered him when he was given defensive instructions. At one point, despite the young American’s repeated failures, he found himself among the three typically reserved for defensive roles.
Set the St. Louis record straight.
The player we identified as an exceptional skater, a player we had high hopes for to achieve the goals set out in the company renewal process, was with the Canadians and St.-Louis supported his decision. The strategic position of the three responsible for leading the attack.
Cowfield “flies” on the ice rink. He plays with boundless confidence because his coach gives him all the coordinates a talented young player deserves.
Do not forget Romanov
The same is true of the increased responsibilities entrusted to Alexander Romanov.
Over the weekend, in an interview with TVA Sports, Vincent Lecavalier suggested that players like Romanov should play for several minutes.
“They are committed …