Since the start of the 2022-2023 calendar, 36 points have been scored by the seven players aged 23 and under for the Montreal Canadiens. This is the pinnacle of the National Hockey League.
The Ottawa Senators followed with a total of 34 points accumulated by the eight skaters in the same age group.
This envious club of seven awesome Bleu-blanc-rouge consists of Nick Suzuki (10 points), Cole Caufield (10), Kirby Dash (five), Jordan Harris (three), Arbor Chicage (three), Kayden Gaul (three points). )) and Juraj Slavkovsky (two).
On Saturday, in the comeback against the Blues, the trio of Caufield (two goals, one assist), Nick Suzuki (two assists, three points) and Kirby Dash (two assists) combined eight points and allowed CH to win 7-4 in St. Louis.
Slavkowski found the back of the net for the second game in a row and Harris added assists.
Slavkovsky revives the numerical advantage! –
Born on March 30, 2004, the Slovak is currently the youngest player in the NHL, behind Shane Wright (January 5, 2004), of the Seattle Kraken.
Of all the active players drafted in the first round of the NHL auction, Caufield tied for second with five other players in goals, for a total of seven, behind Connor McDavid (nine).
With Sunday night’s games approaching, the 22-year-old American was the youngest among the top 13 scorers in the league.
Caufield and Suzuki also rank in the top 30 in the league with 10 points, on both sides, and are among the five youngest to reach that plateau this season.
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