Earlier this week, the Canadians finally reached an agreement with Martin St Louis with the aim of stripping him of his label as interim coach and making him the team’s pilot for the next three years.
It didn’t surprise a lot of people in Montreal, but it’s still good to sort it out, we agree.
After all, even though the team finished 32nd in the league last season, we felt St. Louis breathe some life into their group. Many players have seen a re-emergence on the offensive front, and while the victories haven’t come, there are still a few.
However, St-Louis will now have to recreate that magic next season. Among those who hope he can do so is former CH coach, Claude Julien.
This is what he said during his appearance on TSN 690.
Form Tweet embed Head coach, Claude Julien joined Tweet embed Earlier today, he shared his thoughts on Martin St Louis’s 3-year contract.
full interview: https://t.co/BGAFlLr9An pic.twitter.com/1fZbTqTCy2
– Radio TSN 690 (@TSN690) June 3, 2022
Julian remarkably emphasized that St. Louis does not inherit an easy job, noting that there are many second guess From supporters, the media and even the organization itself.
However, Julian believes St-Louis has found a way to get her players to stick to her philosophy. He feels the players trust their coach, and as he notes, that plays a big part in performance on the ice.
The man who led Canada to the recent World Hockey Championship also said that St. Louis will also have the opportunity to gain significant experience during his tenure as head coach. He says that all coaches are constantly learning on the job and that a young coach, like St. Louis, will be an opportunity to learn a lot in a very short time.
I imagine he actually had a chance to learn a lot last season, but with a full season, the experience will be even more rewarding.
In short, just like Claude Julien, we wish St. Louis the best of luck behind the CH seat next season. And for those who want to hear the full interview with Julian (in which he specifically talks about his World Hockey experience as well as the terms of his return to the NHL, I’ll give you the link) over here).
– well said.
Juraj Slafkovsky on the fact that he was not invited to dinner by CH unlike Wright and Cooley:
“The discussion we had is better than dinner”
– Alexandre Gascon (@GasconAlexandre) June 3, 2022
– In addition to Brad Marchand, three other Bruins will have to be absent for several months. And this does not include the possible retirement of Patrice Bergeron…
# I grow Let’s say Charlie McAvoy, Matt Grzelcic, and Mike Riley are all out for months after their surgeries on Friday.
McAvoy may be out until December. pic.twitter.com/uTW6IhOZsI
– Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) June 3, 2022
– a excellent News about the young Ivan Miroschenko.
NHL central scouting manager Dan Marr says prospective player Ivan Miroshchenko, who has battled Hodgkin’s disease, has completed treatment, has been allowed to practice and is ready to play next season.
Marc Antoine Godin (Magodin) June 3, 2022
Jacob Truba’s physical game still gets people talking.
Jacob Truba’s songs “changed the game” for the Rangers – and the NHL’s hitters take notice all the time.
“It’s a dying breed, what Trouba does. But … men appreciate it.”
– NHL Athletic Association (TheAthleticNHL) June 3, 2022
– Notice to interested parties.
Our General Manager, Marc-Andre Bergeron, has provided a list of players whose rights the Lions would like to protect for the upcoming season. Please note that players with an NHL or AHL contract cannot be on this list 👀🦁https://t.co/CfrGWH4Ftg
– Black Trois-Rivieres (@Lions3r) June 3, 2022
– Al Horford, the mysterious hero of the Celtics during the current series.