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Juraj Slafkovsky has gained about ten pounds since development camp

Juraj Slafkovsky has gained about ten pounds since development camp

When we talk about a big player, we often think, among optimists, of Arber Xhekaj. The young defender is a gentleman by his stature and obviously I don’t want to hurt him.

I saw him play three to three this summer. Even though I was on the other side of the bay window and was not allowed to knock, I was still frightened when he came to my corner. He is a big man.

All this to say is big, but that allows us to keep in mind how imposing Juraj Slafkovsky is as well.

After all, Slave is six feet three (listed at 6’4 by the NHL, but since development camp CH puts him at 6’3), but he weighs (238 pounds) as much as Xhekaj. They have basically the same shape.

Moreover, Logan Mailloux is not small either.

The Canadian, who always measured Slough at 6’3, weighed in at 227 pounds at development camp in July. This means that he gained 11 pounds two months ago.

We all know how important boot camp (and beginner camp) is to him. Seeing that his summer training allowed him to gain weight in this way is good news.

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Unless it was Putin who had that effect… but I wouldn’t put $10 on it.

After all, even though many people see Slave starting the season in the NHL, there is still a possibility of seeing him start the season down below with Laval Rocket.

Marc-André Perreault is part of the group, even if the last first choice to start in the AHL after being picked was Owen Nolan in 1990.

Moreover, among the players who also took the safe, we note the friend Kaiden Guhle.

The Canadians’ great hope (in every sense of the word) may not be Xhekaj, but at 205 pounds, the 6-foot-2 defender can still command his respect on the ice.

Many of

– Too bad for him.

Jack Martin loves the CH coaching staff. [TSN 690]

– Good.

– Mark Dennis on Guardians of Organisation.

– good job.

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