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Eyes On The Prize Feb 3, 2020
Links: It won’t be long before Jesperi Kotkaniemi is back in Montreal

Links: It won’t be long before Jesperi Kotkaniemi is back in Montreal

Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/ In today’s links, Kotkaniemi still has big potential, the Habs’ playoff chances, the Battle of Alberta, and more. Montreal News and Notes Three professional scouts who watch the Canadiens frequently give their opinion about what they believe Jesperi Kotkaniemi will become once fully developed. [Sportsnet] Being sent to Laval and playing his first AHL game didn’t stop Kotkaniemi from looking on the bright side. [EOTP] In the Habs’ attempt to showcase Brett Kulak and Marco Scandella before the NHL trade deadline, it’s Cale Fleury who has to pay the...
Montreal Gazette Feb 2, 2020

Cale Fleury pays price as Canadiens shop defencemen | HI/O Bonus

The young defenceman is good, but suffering from the Habs' attempts to showcase Brett Kulak and Marco Scandella before the NHL's trade deadline.
Eyes On The Prize Feb 2, 2020
‘I think we’re all fed up’: After an embarrassing loss, the Rocket are forced to regroup

‘I think we’re all fed up’: After an embarrassing loss, the Rocket are forced to regroup

Shanna Martin Laval had a 4-1 lead with under six minutes to go in the game before falling in overtime. While the focus for many on Saturday night was the emergence of Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Cale Fleury in Laval, there was still a team fighting for a playoff spot. And with six minutes left in the game, it appeared the Rocket were on their way to getting two big points. Logan Brown scored with 5:46 remaining to make it 4-2. One minute and 36 seconds later, Josh Norris scored from underneath Fleury to make it 4-3. Then, with nine seconds remaining in the game, Rudolf Balcers banked a shot...
Eyes On The Prize Feb 1, 2020
Rocket drop a close one in front of sellout crowd

Rocket drop a close one in front of sellout crowd

Club de Hockey Canadien A furious third period comeback wasn’t enough for Laval to end their losing streak on Friday. Despite losing their last two games heading into the AHL’s All-Star Weekend, the Laval Rocket remained very much in the middle of the race for a playoff berth. Standing in their way were the division leading Belleville Senators, who sat atop the North Division with 58 points, nine ahead of Laval. The Rocket were bolstered by the demotion of Cale Fleury from the NHL club, and had had some time for their injured players to rest a bit. They were without Xavier Ouellet,...
Montreal Gazette Jan 31, 2020

Canadiens send defenceman Cale Fleury down to AHL's Laval Rocket

Rookie had been a healthy scratch for the last four games and had one goal and no assists in 41 games with Habs this season.
A Winning Habit Jan 31, 2020

Montreal Canadiens Send Down Cale Fleury

The Montreal Canadiens announced a surprising roster move this morning when they sent Cale Fleury down to the Laval Rocket. The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Buffalo Sabres last night after a difficult start to their night. They were outshot 9-0 early on but rebounded to take over the contest and won the game 3-1 after […] Montreal Canadiens Send Down Cale Fleury - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca Jan 31, 2020
Canadiens send rookie defenceman Cale Fleury down to AHL

Canadiens send rookie defenceman Cale Fleury down to AHL

The Montreal Canadiens have sent defenceman Cale Fleury down to their American Hockey League affiliate in Laval. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Jan 31, 2020
Montreal Canadiens send Cale Fleury to Laval Rocket

Montreal Canadiens send Cale Fleury to Laval Rocket

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via The defenceman has been a healthy scratch and will see game action in the AHL. The Montreal Canadiens have sent defenceman Cale Fleury to the Laval Rocket. Cale Fleury has been reassigned to the AHL's Laval Rocket.#GoHabsGo https://t.co/kA6Zhy7pft— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) January 31, 2020 The 21-year-old made the team out of training camp and played in 41 of the team’s 52 games. He was a healthy scratch for the last four games before and after the All-Star break. He has one goal and no assists on the season. Fleury spent last...

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