Eastern Final Series: The Rocket will face a monster with five or six heads

Eastern Final Series: The Rocket will face a monster with five or six heads

It is today that the traditional set NHL Annual. From May 30 to June 4, the best prospects in the NHL will take exams medical/physical and interviews with different formations. The Canadian will also face Shane Wright today. And he will surely talk to Logan Cooley and Juraj Slafkovsky at the end of the week…

Note that Juraj Slafkovsky and Slovakia were eliminated last Thursday in Finland. If I had been in one of the medal games yesterday, I would be tired (or absent) today.

To stay whether the Montreal management will fall in love with the Canadian, the American, or the Slovak…

Damn if you do, damn if you don’t, like…

Honestly, I quite share the opinion of my colleague Marc-Olivier Beaudoin regarding this first option. generally complicated.

Does Slafkovsky have what it takes to top Shane Wright?

Closer to home, this first week of June will culminate with the opening of the final series of the American League East. The rocket, king of the north will face the Thunderbirds in Springfield on Saturday and Sunday.

Next Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (if necessary), the series will move to Laval.

Games #6 and #7 (if necessary) will be played in Springfield.

Note that the Rocket, who returned to training this morning, after a free weekend – will not play any playoff games at the Bell Center. The atmosphere of a packed Place Bell outweighs the risk of not having a full house at the Bell Center (and losing a bit of atmosphere). Rocket’s house is Place Bell. Leaving her in an attempt to earn a few extra bucks would be too.

Who are the Springfield Thunderbirds? The St-Louis Blues school club… who just got eliminated by the Avalanche. Results: to them birds he got reinforcements for his next series.

Charlie Lindgren, who had been called up as reinforcement in St-Louis after the injury of Craig Jordan Binnington is back in the American League. Lindgren, a former Canadiens, and Rocket had a great season in the AHL: 24-7-1, .925, and 2.21. He will surely be motivated by the idea of harm to his old organization…

Keep in mind that Joel Hofer has been doing well since the start of the playoffs and could therefore start four of seven against Rocket.

Lindgren won’t be the only one. Blue to face the Rocket. Defender Calle Rosen, the very one who pushed Nazem Kadri at Binnington, was demoted (after being passed over on waivers). Rosen spent most of the 2021-22 season in the AHL, putting up 28 points in 40 games. He also played 18 games for the Blues during the regular season, then nine more in playoffs. Will he hurt his guardian again?

No, Kent Hughes couldn’t have claimed it and then loaned it to the Rocket. This Hollywood scenario was impossible.

Note that the Rocket will also face Sam Anas (13 points in six games), Will Bitten (former Montreal organization), Matthew Peca (former CH), and James Neal on Saturday.

Bitten and Peca are second and third of the Thunderbirds in playoff scoring, respectively.

The Thunderbirds finished the regular season with a record of 43-24-9. They have not lost a single match since the start of the playoffs (6-0). He scored 32 goals but only allowed 13. It will not be easy…

Note that the other Conference finals will face the Stockton Heat (Flames) and Colorado Eagles (Avalanche).

A lot of

– Since it was about Wright and Slafkovsky at the beginning of the text…

– Cayden Primeau has on time. [TSN]

– Shane Wright could travel to New Jersey later this week. [Sportsnet]

– Will Johnny Gaudreau do better with the new partners of the trio? He just completed a 115-point season alongside Elias Lindholm and Matthew Tkachuk. [Yahoo]

– Congratulations.

– By the way.

– Will Benzema be in Qatar in November?

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