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Bob Hartley says Nick Suzuki's influence is reminiscent of Crosby and Toze

Bob Hartley says Nick Suzuki’s influence is reminiscent of Crosby and Toze

On BPM Sports’ broadcasts on Friday during Le Retour Des Sportifs, Bob Hartley gave his opinion on the next captain of the Montreal Canadiens. According to him, there is no doubt that Suzuki should be the next captain of the Habs.

He even made an interesting argument by saying that the presence of the young quarterback in CH reminded him of the presence of Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews.

It should be noted that he was not comparing Suzuki with those players who had already proven on several occasions that they belonged to the elite.

Still according to Hartley, the number 14 of imprisonment He is more mature than 23 years old and expresses himself well. He will be ready to take on the daunting task of being the leader of the greatest franchise in history.

Hartley seems to agree that Joel Edmondson would be a good leader because he is already well respected in the organization, but Suzuki remains his last choice.

“Edmondson is a nice guy, a very good leader and a very good person, but Suzuki ticked all of these boxes while he was younger.” – Bob Hartley

Throughout the segment, the prolific former coach promoted driving Nick Suzuki. According to the Hawkesbury native, the young center has a lot of respect for GameHe is humble and hard working. He’s really professional at what he’s doing at just 23 years old.

Another argument he made regarding Edmondson is that within two years, he risks becoming a bargaining chip, if the defensive brigade’s hopes develop well.

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Des Cayden Joel, Jordan Harris, Justin Barron and we can even add Matthias Norländer to the roster, could all become very good defenders, making the 29-year-old veteran more likely to trade.

Even if a Habs team is able to make the playoffs, it will still be of good value as well as other assets, and CH will be able to get an influential player on the trade deadline.

Personally, whether it’s Edmundson, Suzuki or even Anderson, I don’t really mind, because they would all be excellent candidates. However, I think Suzuki remains the best option in the long run. In addition to everything Bob Hartley said about the center, let’s not forget that Nick Suzuki was in the arena when Juraj Slafkovsky was announced as the first overall pick in the draft in Montreal. This shows that the organization has great confidence in him.

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Another defeat by Quebec’s decision.

– He has to get over it.

– flash back!

For a change, the Canadians will face the United States in the final.

– Selling on fire continues?