As everyone knows, the Montreal Canadiens have a lot of strong hopes across the various hockey leagues.
Some stand out more than others, and some are more popular with fans.
In recent weeks, “The Spotlight” has revolved a lot about out-of-this-world Joshua Roy, Kayden Gohley and Arber Chicage. All three of these potential candidates have great playoffs.
In addition, these three will all be a possibility to watch closely during the next CH training camp as they will all have the opportunity to make the team.
The only problem with this “spotlights” that only highlights some hopefuls’ performance is that we tend to forget or set aside other hopefuls who had good times and good seasons too.
That’s exactly the case with Jakub Dobes, a name we haven’t heard in a long time since the season is long over in the NCAA.
We remember that the Ohio State rookie goalkeeper Bucks had a big season in the NCAA.
Well, today the Buckeyes named Jakub Dobes their best player of the season.
Dobbs, who has been fantastic at netting for his team, has won matches alone more than once this season. The 6-foot-5, 197-pound goalkeeper has been playing near-perfect matches all season on a consistent basis.
Dobbs has played 35 of the 37 games for his team this season.
Without Dobes, Ohio State would likely end up in the NCAA final score.
The 21-year-old Czech goalkeeper scored impressive numbers in his first season in the NCAA. In 35 matches, he scored 2.26 goals against an average and 0.934 saves.
At the age of 21, given that he is a goalkeeper, he still has a long way to go before moving on to the pros. However, if he continues to dominate like this in the NCAA, Dobes is clearly on the right track.
Is he the goalkeeper of the CH team in the future?
We cannot know. However, the best goalkeeper who plays in the junior ranks is better than the goalkeeper who suffers.
In any case, let’s hope the Hab’s fifth round selection for 2020 (136th overall) continues to develop well.
– A series where the missile was simply dominant.
As we wait for our opponent in the Eastern Conference Finals, let’s take a look at the offensive line against the Americans and how we managed to achieve it: great goalkeeper, pace, and the best fans in the league.https://t.co/HEuGHfAVRa pic.twitter.com/EV2Cr2IyMm
– x – RocketLaval May 28, 2022
– Excellent numerical defect in lightning in playoffs.
“These are not only game-changing plays, but this kind of thing that can change history.”
tea Tweet embed You have a chance to triple for several reasons. But their penalty shootout changed the rules of the game. Just ask FLA/TOR. My Collab Film Session with / Tweet embed https://t.co/awPWClvtba
—Joe Smith (@JoeSmithTB) May 28, 2022
– Lots of pluses out of the playoffs for the Blues.
In each intervening year an outstanding player emerges, the Blues have had some strong performances from a number of players. Toropchenko consolidated himself as part of the future. Justin Falk is among the most underrated D men in #NHL. Ville Husso also has a bright future.
—Andy Strickland May 28, 2022
Jim Montgomery will be one to watch while on vacation.
Jim Montgomery should be on every team’s radar with a coach vacancy. https://t.co/0XQD210LIu
—Andy Strickland May 28, 2022
– Stop! Funny coincidence.
The Colorado Avalanche oddly plays the 2009 draft class in order:
He beat #1 contestant Matt Duchenne in the first round
Defeated second rounder Ryan O’Reilly in the second round
Now they face their third-rounder Tyson Barry in the third round
– Adrian Dater (adater) May 28, 2022