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Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates - October 12

Lines, Defensive Pairs & Updates – October 12

Broussard – Canadians skied on South Beach Tuesday morning.

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Here are the defensive lines and pairs that appeared in the on-ice session:

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10:30 a.m. workout
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73 – Tyler Toffoli 14- Nick Suzuki 22- Cole Caufield
92- Jonathan Drouin 28- Christian Dvorak 17 – Josh Anderson
40 – Joel Jeremiah 71- Jake Evans 11- Brendan Gallagher
62 – Arturi Laconin 85- Mathieu Perrault 13 – Cedric Beckett
25- Ryan Boehling 60 – Alex Belzel
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77 – Britt Colak 26- Jeff Petri 34- Jake Allen
8 – Ben Shearot 58 – David Savard 35- Sam Montembolt
27- Alexander Romanov 20- Chris Weidman
15th – Sami Nico

Before the drills started, a few injured players took part in the drills.

attacker Paul Byron (hip) and defensive back Matthias Norländer (lower body) trained with Adam Douglas, director of sports and performance sciences, and Matthew Romano, assistant sports therapist and physical therapist.

The Canadians also announced that they have agreed terms for an eight-year contract extension, until the end of the 2029-2030 season, with Nick Suzuki.

After two great seasons in the NHL, the London-born, Ont. Happy to sign the deal.

“I love the city of Montreal, I love playing here, I love being a Canadian player, and doing that for the next nine years, and I hope it’s something I can’t wait to see soon before leaving my Habs charter flight for Toronto,” Suzuki said shortly before leaving his Habs charter flight to Toronto. To my family and me, and we’re so glad it worked. “

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Now that his future has been solidified for several years, the young center is eager to continue to put his shoulder on the wheel of action.

“I just want to keep improving. I think, in my young NHL career, I’ve been able to improve myself every year, trying to get a bigger role. Suzuki said I can still improve on different levels and I think as a player I’m still improving. She saw This management and they have cooperated with me for the long term. I could not be happier to be a part of this team and contribute as much as I can.”

Video: Ducharme on the development of Nick Suzuki

Technical Director Dominique Ducharme is also thrilled that Suzuki is here forever.

“We believe in progress. We have already seen him take several steps forward since he has been with us, and we have also seen what he can offer us in the future. We believe he will continue to grow, both as a hockey player and as a captain on our team,” Ducharme said.

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The Canadians kicked off their season Wednesday night at the Scotiabank Arena, where they face the Maple Leafs.

The showdown is scheduled for 7:00 PM ET.

You can catch all the action on TVA Sports, Sportsnet, 98.5 fm radio or TSN 690.