The Edmonton Oil Kings and Kaiden Guhle are knocked out of the Memorial Cup, but the Canadiens hopeful is finally getting some respite. He will enjoy a little less than two months off, he is expected to take part in the Junior World Championships next August. With the Montreal Canadiens training camp coming up after the world tournament, Kaiden Guhle wants to force the league leaders to keep him in the starting XI for the start of the season.
Guhle explained his point of view last Thursday when he answered questions from fans in a live broadcast of the Canadians on the broadcast platform. Pull out.
Hear what Kaiden Guhle had to say:
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“I will come to the training camp with the same mentality as last year. I will do my best and make sure I control what I can control. I want to get there and make it the hardest thing for them not to give me a spot on the team.” – Kaiden Guhle live from the account Pull out Canadian
The Oil Kings’ star defenseman often brought up the fact that he only cares about what he can control. He wants to stay calm and not stress about something he has no control over. It just shows his great maturity.
Though Guhle received the WHL Playoffs Most Valuable Player award and captaincy with Team Canada Junior, he knows he needs to improve some things in his game to be a good NHL player.
“I want to improve in attack. I think I’ve already improved on this point this year. I feel more comfortable in the offensive zone with the puck on the stick. There’s always things I can improve on, whether it’s better defense or better puck control, there’s always something I can take to the next level. – Kaiden Guhle live from the account Pull out Canadian
While aiming for the NHL next year, the Canadian defenseman would have no problem spending a few moments with the Laval Rocket. It is important for him to concentrate on his development and not to force anything.
Since his draft pick, Kaiden Guhle has continued to score with the fans and the organization. Fans aren’t the only ones looking forward to him playing at the Bell Centre. He himself is eager to live the Montreal amphitheater experience, packed to the brim with fans.
“When I was drafted, I knew that the Canadiens are one of the biggest, if not the biggest, hockey market in the league and their fans are passionate. I love it. I’m really happy to be a part of it and I’m really looking forward to playing to a packed Bell Center.” – Kaiden Guhle live from the account Pull out Canadian
Guhle will be enjoying his time off but is expected to return to action as Team Canada captain at the Junior World Championships on August 9th. Fortunately, travel will not be a problem for him; He’s from Edmonton, plays junior hockey in Edmonton, and the world tournament is also played in Edmonton.
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