Our sources report a tense situation with the media and a Quebec replacement to be named shortly → https://t.co/KR557pDUOW
– DansLesCoulisses (@DLCoulisses) June 13, 2023
It’s no secret that last year, the Habs didn’t have a great season.
But according to Arpon Basu’s article on The Athletic, Dvorak is not ready for training camp. In fact, he could miss a week or two of the regular season.
Were there any complications with the operation? We don’t know yet. One thing’s for sure: it’s not a good start to a season (although it hasn’t even begun). In 64 games last year, the center collected 28 points. He’s never been the all-time leading scorer, but when Marc Bergevin went looking for him, we expected a lot more from him.
By 2023, he no longer seems to be in the team’s plans, at least not for the long term. The 27-year-old American is still under contract for two more seasons, and fans already seem fed up with him. They’re clamoring for his departure. And with congestion up front, I’m sure Kent Hughes is trying to get rid of the player.
His absence at the start of the season could give young players a chance to shine. Could Lias Andersson, for example, who has just come to an agreement with the team, be an interesting option? And even if the plan wasn’t to play him at center, it’s not as if there’s a shortage of centers in Montreal. In addition to Dvorak, there’s Nick Suzuki, Sean Monahan,
Pierre-Luc Dubois, Kirby Dach and Jake Evans.
Even if he’s not a crowd favorite, we hope Dvorak returns as soon as possible. After all, if he does well, he could interest a few general managers around the league at the trade deadline.
– Training in pictures.
– Rocket de Laval (@RocketLaval) July 2, 2023
– Nice comment.
The last little poke check from David Reinbacher is something you see in his highlights. He’s got great gap control & poke-checking with his reach to take people off the puck. It’s lowkey & underrated but it’s a huge skill for someone so young, a skill that seperates elite D-man. https://t.co/58GpqGUTYx
– /r/Habs (@HabsOnReddit) July 2, 2023
– Great story.
David Reinbacher and Vinzenz Rohrer | From Vorarlberg to Brossard https://t.co/ObI8FsMuWI
– La Presse Sports (@LaPresse_Sports) July 2, 2023
– Too bad.
Last year’s Wimbledon finalist, Nick Kyrgios, has to withdraw with a wrist injury.
Don’t forget to follow all the action at Wimbledon from July 3 on RDS and athttps://t.co/eBvnaL7ehA.https://t.co/2SP4IyowC5
– RDS (@RDSca) July 2, 2023
– Jays swept again by Boston.
The result of Sunday’s game between the Blue Jays and Red Sox was always going to feed into one of two possible storylines.
– Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) July 2, 2023