Martin Saint-Louis aims to bring entertainment back into the Canadian locker room.
Within just a month of the team in power, St. Louis had not only deported Joey de Vivre, he had replaced the team that had once been in decline.
On the day of his appointment, February 9, he arrived in St-Louis Montreal to lead a team with an 8-30-7 record.
CH then went on to finish 32nd and last in the NHL with just eight wins in 45 games. Led by Dominic Ducharm, the Nick Suzuki gang signed only three wins in 25 attempts at rival rinks.
In the general classification, hobs are still in the cellar. But there are encouraging signs. In its first 14 games, St. Louis has already won eight (8-5-1). Despite his lack of business experience, the 46-year-old has won five of just seven games (5-2-0) on the road. This is two more than the last regime.
The Journal of Montreal Along with Jeff Gorton, general manager of St. Louis, executive vice president of Kent Hughes and Hockey Operations, presents you with seven actors in this adaptation of CH.
1 – Cole Cowfield
Photo credit: Photo by Martin Chevalier
It is day and night. Cowfield has regained his faith since entering the St. Louis scene. In early February, the 21-year-old American decided to return with the Laval Rocket. At his first press conference, he said he was looking forward to working with a young man like St.-Louis Cowfield. He took her into his wing.
Hubs has been the No. 22 scorer ever since Ducharme was out. In 14 games, he scored eight goals and added nine assists for a total of 17 points. Also dominates the team …