Canadian: Dolphin and Brook will not be training

Canadien: Dauphin et Brook ne seront pas de la formation

The Montreal canadiens, as the rest of the teams of the national hockey League (NHL), unveiled its training for the playoffs on Sunday.

There are only two players, among those who took part in the training camp in Brossard, which have not been retained within this training of 31 players. It is the attacker Laurent Dauphin and defender Josh Brook.

The first was acquired from the Predators in Nashville in January, but has spent all of his time with the Rocket de Laval. The second was playing his first full season in professional 2019-2020. He has also played the set of his campaign in the american League.

To return to the training that is currently in the “city bubble” of Toronto, the CH has chosen to bring four guards, or Carey Price, Charlie Lindgren, Cayden Primeau and Michael McNiven.

The rest of the training

Attackers

Joel Armia, Alex Belzile, Paul Byron, Phillip Danault, Max Domi, Jonathan Drouin, Jake Evans, Brendan Gallagher, Charles Hudon, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Artturi Lehkonen, Ryan Poehling, Nick Suzuki, Tomas Tatar, Jordan Weal and Dale Weise.

Defenders

Ben Chiarot, Cale Fleury, Christian Folin, Noah Juulsen, Brett Kulak, Victor Mete, Gustav Olofsson, Xavier Ouellet, Jeff Petry and Shea Weber.

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