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Nick Suzuki will stay in Montreal

Nick Suzuki will stay in Montreal

The Canadian just announced that Nick Suzuki has injured his upper body and will not accompany his Maritimes teammates.

Same for Joel Jeremiah and Emil Heinemann (who didn’t finish yesterday’s match). It will be re-evaluated on Monday.

For Suzuki (the ironman in CH who never missed a game last year or the year before), the injury is not the same as it was at the start of camp. There he suffers an injury in the upper body and two weeks ago he had an injury in the lower body.

The captain obviously had a great game last night. I don’t know if he played because of his new injury, but let’s hope he doesn’t miss the start of the season. This starts in exactly one week when the Leafs are in town.

Remember he said he could have played with his first hit during the regular season, but since it was training camp, he wanted to take his time. Is he in the same situation or is his new injury more serious?

For Joel Jeremiah, he is an in-depth player and his injury comes at a very bad time. The Canadian has enough attacking depth to replace him, but the Finn most likely wanted to start the season strong, which he disappointed last year. Like Suzuki, Armia did relatively well yesterday in the team’s loss. On a pass from his captain, he scored with a nice shot from his wrist.

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Emil Heinemann wasn’t going to make up the team anyway. Thus, his injury would delay the moment when he would be slashed. I hope his injury is not severe. However, he had a strong camp and the guy that was acquired for Tyler Toffoli left a very nice calling card. He will be important for the big club in the future.

Many of

– Special.

– surely.

– Witt wants to see more willpower.

– What a player!

– With a reason.