Panthers feeling more pressure now?
Sam Reinhart: “I mean, we’ve been under pressure since January so we’re just day by day”
Paul Maurice on coming off a loss, but still leading series 3-1: “The pressure’s there, but ours would be slightly different“https://t.co/lCTjZtLG92
– Mark Masters (@markhmasters) May 12, 2023
With the Canadian season over for some time now, and the CDM tournament kicking off today, you’ll understand that Monty hasn’t had much, much rest in recent weeks.
With the other players now on vacation, the Quebecer had to find some help to get ready for the World Championship…
And that’s where Carey Price and Paul Byron come in. Why, you may ask?
Because the two veterans acted as “sort of” coaches for the Quebecer. Carey Price acted as his “goalie coach”, while Ti-Paul helped him by shooting pucks at him at the Bell Complex in Brossard.
Carey Price worked as a goalie coach with Sam Montembeault recently to help prepare him for the IIHF World Championship.
– /r/Habs (@HabsOnReddit) May 12, 2023
Paul Byron said at the team’s last end-of-season review that he wasn’t writing off a possible return to action.
But chances are he won’t be able to because his body is having trouble keeping up. He did say, however, that he would be open to a position within the organization, as he sees himself in the development sphere…
And that’s how he’s going to get there.
For Price, it’s interesting to see him “involved” in Samuel Montembeault’s career. We know how much Montembeault enjoyed working with the former Flannel 31 because of his presence and NHL experience…
And I’m sure Carey knows it. In fact, I’m convinced of it.
My hat’s off to the two veterans in question. Their NHL careers may be over, but it just goes to show how much their time in Montreal meant to each and every one of them.
– I like Sam Reinhart’s answer.
– I wish him all the best.
After suffering a serious shoulder injury in Norway, Alex Dostie is determined to make a strong comeback next season. Details here -> https://t.co/yRNfGnm7Ie#Drummondville @ADOSTIE13 @OlympiquesGAT @CantonniersAAA
– Jonathan Habashi (@JonathanHabashi) May 12, 2023
– Interesting point of view.
The Canadiens didn’t have much to lose when they traded Dadonov to the Dallas Stars in exchange for Denis Gurianov.
The outcome? Dadonov is thriving, while the #Habs learned an important lesson on roster construction during a rebuild.
– Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) May 12, 2023
– Great read on CF Montreal’s 30th anniversary.
– He had a thumb injury.