– HabsWorld.net (@habsworld_net) July 8, 2023
In 2023, when he still has some good field hockey ahead of him, I don’t see why his plan to win another championship would have changed. And yet, he has agreed to the terms of a one-season contract with… the Chicago Blackhawks. We all agree that he’s not going to win another trophy with them…
But hey. One of the reasons he agreed to go to Chicago is Connor Bedard, of course. In fact, he’s very excited about the opportunity to mentor the young sensation.
“I’m excited about this opportunity” 🤗https://t.co/PZ9cVsusM5
– TVA Sports (@TVASports) July 7, 2023
Unlike previous years, he probably won’t have the playoffs in mind (although he’ll never tell you that). One of his primary goals will be to surround Bedard, but all the other youngsters.
It’s not easy in this league, especially when there are 18-20 year-olds coming into the circuit. You have to stay calm and try to figure out where you’re going to fit in best. I just want to help them. – Corey Perry
Perry admits he’s been watching Bedard’s junior career closely – as everyone else has. The former Canadien thinks it’s a great time to be a Blackhawks fan.
I can’t wait to see his stats in Chicago, with probably better teammates (Bedard and Hall?) and a lot more ice time.
– It’s clear.
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– 98.5 Sports (@985Sports) July 8, 2023
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– The Raw Knuckles Podcast (@RawKnucklesPod) July 8, 2023
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