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Martin St. Louis completely changed his lines

Martin St. Louis completely changed his lines

Martin St. Louis, the Montreal Canadiens coach, decided to completely change his lines on Monday in the game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Thus, Sean Monahan finds himself alongside Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield in Unit One.

See Martin St. Louis’ press briefing above.

Jonathan Drouin, who is back in action this weekend against the Washington Capitals, trained with Kirby Dash and Josh Anderson for what could be described as the second streak.

Juraj Slafkovsky is the biggest loser from these changes finding himself in fourth grade alongside Jake Evans and Mike Hoffman.

The third line consists of veterans Evgeny Dadonov, Christian Dvorak and Brendan Gallagher.

We can understand St. Louis want to stir up soup since their forces were eliminated by the Red Wings in Detroit on Friday and they scored just one goal against the Washington Capitals on Saturday.

“I wanted to try something else without necessarily changing everything,” he said during his press conference.

Threes in training

Cole Caufield, Nick Suzuki, Sean Monahan

Jonathan Drouin – Kirby Dash – Josh Anderson

Evgeny Dadonov – Christian Dvorak – Brendan Gallagher

Juraj Slavkowski – Jake Evans – Mike Hoffman

See the players’ press releases below.

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