Several members of the Canadian spend a good part of the summer in Montreal

Yesterday Jean-Sébastien Dea caused a heartfelt cry when he said the Canadian should have more Quebecers in his education.

Why? Because Quebecers are proud to play for the Montreal Canadiens and it’s hard to understand the reality of playing for the Canadiens without growing up here.

Basically he’s right. However, when you’re playing in the best league in the world, having only locals in the majority isn’t always easy because the talent gets diluted.

This complicates the process.

However, what the boys can do is immerse themselves in Quebec culture.

Nothing compels them to stay here for the summer (it’s good to go back to their part of the country, too), but it’s still interesting to note that some Canadians spend a good chunk of summer in Quebec.

Chantal Machabée confirmed to 91.9 Sports that Logan Mailloux, the club’s polarizing hope, would be spending several weeks here for his rehabilitation after undergoing shoulder surgery.

But he’s not the only one.

According to the Canadian’s Vice President for Communications, Alexander Romanov will spend part of his summer here. Ditto for American Cole Caufield and Ontarians Nick Suzuki and Josh Anderson.

And of course there are also Quebecers who will be in town.

She says a guy like Anderson ended up in Montreal in the middle of a pandemic and didn’t get a chance to explore the city. So he’s doing it this summer and he’s loving his experience.

Several guys from Switzerland therefore had the opportunity to meet Fernando Alonso on the sidelines of the Grand Prix that takes place in Montreal this weekend.

Getting a few guys to get to know each other better over the summer can help build team spirit on the ice when things get going again. The proof? Check out the results of the CH in the Toronto bubble in 2020…

So that’s good news for CH, all of that.

Many

– It takes lines like that to win the playoffs.

– Slowly but surely.

– Do we believe it or not?

– shame.

– That would have been something.

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