Carter Hart says he’s good to go. Was dealing with lower back issue.
Torts says he’s in tomorrow, as is Morgan Frost.
– Kevin Kurz (@KKurzNHL) November 9, 2023
Corey Perry is a player who’s easy to hate when you face him… But he’s also a player who’s easy to love when you have him in your club.
When the Habs offered him a contract before the start of the 2020-2021 season, many were reluctant to add a player who didn’t seem to have much gas left in the tank.
And when the player decided to leave the Montreal organization in the summer of 2021 to head to Tampa Bay, many were disappointed to see him go. Because during his short stay in Montreal, Corey Perry showed why he’s the real deal.
We saw him bleed and we saw him fight for the logo on the front of his jersey. These players are always respected in Montreal because they work hard, and because it’s easy to rally behind a guy who gives night after night, presence after presence.
Remember how important he was to the CH in the playoffs, during the team’s run to the Stanley Cup Final? It was impossible not to respect the warrior:
Perry was a beloved player among fans, and he was just as beloved – if not more so – in the bedroom.
Even in Tampa Bay, he never changed his style of play. He was still the tiring player we knew in Montreal…
The Blackhawks are in Tampa Bay to take on the Lightning tonight, and for the occasion, Perry decided to pay his former teammates a visit during the Bolts‘ morning training session.
That’s all it took for several players to welcome him to the bench:
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The Habs certainly could have used him last year, when things were going badly. And I’m convinced that the veteran would still have an important place in Martin St-Louis’ line-up if he were still part of the Montreal organization.
– The Flyers can count on Carter Hart’s return to the line-up.
– Great news.
Matthew Highmore has just been recalled by the #Sens.
Quebec’s Matthew Boucher takes advantage. He’s back with the@BellevilleSens.
– Sylvain St-Laurent (@Syl_St_Laurent) November 9, 2023
– Let’s go! Let’s be proud of our Canadian representatives.
Billie Jean King Cup: Canada in the semi-finals for the first time in a long time: https://t.co/5xdXGfw8FK
– TVA Sports (@TVASports) November 9, 2023
– Enjoy your reading.