The attacker Nick Suzuki and defenceman Victor Mete will be able to sharpen their reflexes, not on the rink, but well in front of their tv, because they will represent the Montreal canadiens, during a hockey tournament virtual that begins April 30.
During four weeks, players of the national hockey League (NHL) – one or two per training – will compete against each other in the context of various confrontations on the PlayStation 4 console through the video game “NHL20”. The initiative aims to support the fight against the pandemic of sars coronavirus. Moreover, the NHL, and Electronic Arts will provide $ 100,000 in any the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States.
In addition to Suzuki and Mete, Jonathan Huberdeau (Panthers of Florida) will be the number of the participants whose exploits will be aired on television in English. Another Québécois, Anthony Mantha, will serve as one of the two standard bearers of the Detroit Red Wings. Furthermore, the future team in Seattle will also be able to try his luck, and, thanks to the tight end of the Seahawks, the Canadian Luke Willson.