Now that the National Hockey League 2022 development camp is behind us, the next step for the Montreal Canadiens’ best prospects is the World Junior Hockey Championship.
We all remember that this tournament, which is interesting to follow, was canceled last year due to COVID-19.
This put an end to the dreams of many young hockey enthusiasts.
Fortunately, this tournament will resume from August 9-21. Every country’s best hopes will be there as usual.
Since we are less than a month away from this tournament, some teams have already started setting up development camps.
In fact, Junior Team Canada has revealed the list of players who have been invited to this development camp.
On this guest list are three potential potential clients: Joshua Roy, Riley Kidney, and Owen Beck.
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Thus, these three CH hopefuls will have a chance to stand out in order to possibly secure a place on the official team that will participate in the tournament in early August.
In fact, these calls do not automatically integrate these candidates into the official panel of the European Court of Justice. So don’t think Roy, Kidney, and Beck will be in the tournament.
They have opportunities, but it is not certain that they will participate.
In the case of Joshua Roy, he made it to the gates of the World Junior Championships, but was unfortunately part of the final cut.
Speaking of the canceled championship, CH had three riders in Red Deer. Kayden Gaul with Canada, Jan Misak with the Czech Republic, and Oliver Kapanen with Finland.
This time, to resume the tournament, Habs can count on more hopes for this tournament.
In fact, the three candidates who were there about a year ago should definitely be there again.
Although in Guhle’s case, it is uncertain. He’s played a lot of hockey this year and this tournament will probably be too much if he wants to be able to give his best at CH training camp in September. Kent Hughes may be offering Guhle not to focus on the NHL.
However, I would be surprised if the ECJ captain wasn’t there. The fact remains that Amal CH is currently injured, which could jeopardize his presence in the World Junior Championships.
For other countries, Jan Misak should be the leader of the Czech Republic again.
Where it will be most exciting for CH fans is the Slovakian national team.
Normally, the last two teams selected by the Habs group in the first round, Juraj Slafkovsky and Filip Mesar, should represent Slovakia.
However, Kent Hughes said at the end of his latest press conference via Zoom that Slafkovsky will be returning to Montreal in early August to prepare for CH training camp.
The problem is that the World Junior Hockey Championships will take place from August 9-21.
So either he told Hughes that he wouldn’t let Slafkovsky go to the tournament, or he was wrong.
This will follow
There are certainly still a few contestants hoping for a CH Championship I haven’t named who will have a chance to participate in this one.
In short, it will truly be an event not to be missed to observe the various hopes of the Hab.
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