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A stunning statement by André Tourigny on Kaiden Guhle

A stunning statement by André Tourigny on Kaiden Guhle

You can add the name André Tourigny to the list of people who have been amazed by Kaiden Guhle since the start of the season.

In an interview with Jean-Charles Lagoy on Tuesday, the person who knows Guhle with Junior Team Canada gave full testimony in favor of his ex-protector.

“In the next 15 years, no one in Montreal will have more ice time than Kayden Gohley. He’s a physically strong guy, he hits hard and skates like the wind. He scrolls in the right place at the right time. He’s the kind of person you’re disappointed to see coming. (To make a change to the bench.) You want to be like Nintendo and stay on the ice all the time.”

If the Arizona Coyotes coach made no secret of his admiration for Guhle, he also wanted to call for calm regarding Juraj Slafkovsky.

“It’s the same as Guhle. Guhle, I’ve waited three years. Slavkowski, you’ll see he’s going to be good in three years. If Guhle had played in the NHL three years ago, he obviously wouldn’t be the same today. It’s a process of learning your trade. It’s a style.” Different than it is in Europe. There is a lot to learn and live with the pressure of being first choice in Montreal. He doesn’t need to win the Canadians this year.”

Operation with wolves

As for his team, Torini believes the time for trials is over and results are starting to emerge. The Coyotes also caused a surprise by defeating Maple Leafs on Monday in Toronto.

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“We have a lot of young players and a lot of new players. We tried many things during camp. There are games we could have won and we didn’t win and there we doubled. Yesterday we found a way to win. They found a way to lose. It’s a step in the right direction.”

Despite the rebuilding of Wolves, Quebecers firmly believe that they will not be able to become a winning team if they do not do things the right way.

“The important thing is to maintain the championship style. What we do today, we will do the same if we have a club that aspires to high scores. We really want to play, train, prepare and compete in the right way. We want to make good decisions with or without the puck. Our way of playing should not be different from the way of teams. the big one.

Watch the full interview in the video above.