Quebec striker Jonathan Drouin was added to the injured list on Friday on the eve of the Montreal Canadiens’ game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Drwin missed his team’s last game, the 4-3 loss to the Florida Panthers on Thursday.
Head coach Martin St. Louis justified his absence by calling a person suffering from COVID-19. Hit the number 92 in the upper body and it will come out indefinitely. For his part, Gallagher will be out of action for at least a week due to a lower body injury. He has not played since March 17th.
In addition, some CH members participated in an optional training session at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard. None of them were Habs head coach Martin St. Louis, leaving his men in the care of assistants Luke Richardson, Trevor Letowski and Alexandre Burrows. See the press briefings for players and assistant coach Trevor Litowski here:
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Newcomers Justin Barron and William Lagson were part of the group that practiced on Friday.
Center Ryan Poehling skied briefly on his own, still struggling with an upper body injury.
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