With Carrie Price suffering a concussion, young goalkeeper Caiden Primo is excited to play his third National Hockey League match on Friday or Saturday against Flames in Calgary.
I’m not sure, but if my name is called up, I’ll be ready. I’m excited to be here, it’s great to find myself in this environment, “Primo said, Thursday, via video.
Watch Kayden Primo press briefing in the main video.
Primeau has primarily championed Laval Rocket colors this season. In 14 matches, he maintained a 11-3-0 record, 2.07 goals versus average and a 0.911 efficiency rating. Otherwise, he was not the most active last year due to a halt in activities in the MLS.
“Stop [reliée à la pandémie de COVID-19] It was important to me for my strength and disk handling, I made use of the break to work on these items. “I’m happy with the progress I’ve made, but there’s still a lot to do,” Primo noted.
Three important games
Coach Dominic Ducharme has not wanted to confirm whether Primo will indeed be the primary goalkeeper on Friday, but it stands to reason that he will play in either of the next two matches. Jake Allen would be in the net for the other match.
“Kaiden is having a good season with the missile,” Ducharme said. We are happy with the way he is progressing and we trust him. ”
In general, at the request of players who could have fun, Al Kindy returned to training on Thursday, the day after his 4-3 win over Oilers in Edmonton. The Hab is now preparing to meet the flames three times in four days.
As for Thursday’s training, CH’s roster remains unchanged from the match against Oilers. Young Cole Caufield was again among the additional forwards, along with Jake Evans and Michael Frolick.
Defender Ben Shiarout also spoke to the media on Thursday, reviewing the match the day before.
“We saw the state of emergency last night (Wednesday) and it got more intense,” the defender said. We must continue to do so. We have young people in the team who can play the playoff style. ”
Regarding Cayden Primo’s experience in the National League, remember that the young goalkeeper was entitled to be christened on December 5, 2019, at the Bale Center. He then saved 32 balls in the 3–2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. Six days later, the young man achieved his first victory, still in the Peel Center, against the senators in Ottawa. Chiarot scored in overtime in a 3–2 win, while Primeau fired 35 balls.
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