Breaking News: Guess Who The Montreal Canadiens are bringing back…….

Current and Past Canadiens to Participate in LSHL
A few NHL players who spend the off-season in Montreal participate in the Living Sisu Hockey League each summer. The starting lineups for Tuesday’s games are now available!
I recently wrote about the LSHL, but more information about the league’s summer activities has surfaced, so here’s what you need to know.

The Groupings
The lineups for the four teams are now known following the draft.

MTL Team Balance Board
Vincent Desharnais, Thomas Bordeleau, Samuel Poulin, Julien Gauthier, Rafael Harvey-Pinard, Joe Veleno, and Samuel Bolduc.

Beauvillier Anthony, Brouillard Nikolas, Roy Joshua, Comptois Maxime, Perron David, Aspirot Jonathan, Desnoyers Elliot, and Domingue Louis.

William Carrier, William Trudeau, Jonathan Drouin, Quentin Miller, Alexandre Carrier, Samuel Blais, Nicolas Deslauriers, Jeff Viel, and Laurent Dauphin.

The following people: Xavier Bourgault, Jonathan Huberdeau, Devon Levi, Gio Fiore, Mathias Laferriere, Jonathan Huberdeau, Anthony Morrone, and Pierre-Olivier Joseph.

Throughout the summer, players will be added as they return to Montreal. Josh Anderson and Juraj Slafkovsky were late additions to the team last season. Like Brendan Gallagher, who got married yesterday in town, and Anderson, who got married in Europe this summer, Nick Suzuki was a regular last year, but he might be extremely busy now that he’s engaged.

If you are unable to attend the Tuesday men’s games, don’t forget that Monday nights are reserved for the women’s games. Every night there are two games: the first at 5:15 p.m.and the second at 6:30 p.m. The Living Sisu App is where tickets are now sold, unlike in previous years.

The cost of the tickets has increased from previous years; they are currently $19.90 each. You are able to attend the two games that are scheduled for that evening. The Pancreatic Cancer Canada will receive all proceeds.

Hockey Etcetera, 5920 Chem. de la Cote de Liesse, Mont-Royal Qc, H4T 1C9 is the location of the games.

That’s right, the postseason lasts two weeks, while the regular season lasts five. As the season draws to a close, there probably will be a greater number of Canadiens players. For the time being, though, you can see Harvey-Pinard, Joshua Roy, and prospect Quentin Miller, who the Canadiens selected with the 128th overall pick in the fourth round of the 2023 Draft. The biggest name, for the time being at least, has to be Jonathan Huberdeau. Former Hab Jonathan Drouin will also be present.

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