The “Combine” tests, what gives?https://t.co/BWhJY1Y9gk
– RDS (@RDSca) June 11, 2023
He wasn’t able to help the Pats get past the first elimination round, but he did rack up 20 points in seven games.
While Leo Carlsson and Adam Fantilli didn’t work out (due to their participation in the World Championship), Bedard did, and only finished in the top-10 once. So he’s human.
From Habs face-offs to players invited to dinner, a few loose notes from the last day of NHL evaluation camp at the most magical place on Earthhttps://t.co/x9X0cZxcTC
– Guillaume Lefrançois 🟦🇨🇿 (@glefrancoisLP) June 11, 2023
To see the striker’s day in action, I invite you to watch the video below:
But just because he didn’t dominate the drills doesn’t mean he’ll be selected in the next draft. He’s the first to say, “He’s just another player.
I’m just another player, and I haven’t played in a month and a half. – Connor Bedard
Meanwhile, Canadian Nick Lardis dominates the combine. He’s North America’s 27th-best prospect, and I wonder if his performance at this event will boost his draft rank.
– Interesting reading.
– Great story.
Another great piece from our friend @SCadoretteJDQ, my partner for four days in Buffalo.
A portrait of Axel Sandin Pellikka, one of the hottest prospects among defensemen. https://t.co/tjINP5XBqd
– J-F Chaumont (@JFChaumontJDM) June 11, 2023
– He was good yesterday.
The Alouettes’ new quarterback @CodyFajardo17 is fascinating! Victim of six sacks in Saturday night’s 19-12 win over the Rouge et Noir, he was mostly happy with the team victory. – @MTLAlouettes https://t.co/Fy942aDP4i
– Benoît Rioux – Journal de Montréal (@benrioux) June 11, 2023
– He had just returned to the game after a battle with cancer.
– They’re only one win away.