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Eyes On The Prize Jan 19, 2020
Cayden Primeau earns another shutout in a lopsided victory

Cayden Primeau earns another shutout in a lopsided victory

Shanna Martin After a rough outing, the rookie rebounded in a big way. After a major winning streak the Laval Rocket crashed back to earth with a pair of losses to end a three-games-in-three-days weekend. In their loss to Bridgeport last Sunday, Cayden Primeau allowed three goals on five shots, and was pulled for Keith Kinkaid. Primeau was given the nod again by Joël Bouchard last night, as the rookie looked to shake off the rough outing a week prior. The Rocket were also bolstered by a returning Matthew Peca, but that return forced the Rocket to sit another veteran to comply with AHL...
Eyes On The Prize Jan 13, 2020
Rocket can’t overcome goaltending woes in loss to Sound Tigers

Rocket can’t overcome goaltending woes in loss to Sound Tigers

Club de Hockey Canadien The team battled back, but couldn’t overcome a shaky start by Cayden Primeau on Sunday. Three-in-three weekends are never easy, and after a raucous affair on Friday, then a slow-paced loss on Saturday, the Rocket rolled into Bridgeport looking to end their weekend on a high note. Cayden Primeau was back between the pipes, and Josh Brook drew back into the lineup after getting two games’ worth of rest. Also joining the lineup was Antoine Waked, who slid in for Joe Cox, and Evan McEneny for Christian Folin, who was a late scratch just before puck drop. It...
Montreal Gazette Jan 6, 2020

Stu Cowan: Canadiens goalie Charlie Lindgren focused on the present

Future is uncertain for 26-year-old with Carey Price having six more seasons on his contract and Cayden Primeau moving up the depth chart.
Eyes On The Prize Jan 1, 2020
Charlie Lindgren played well enough to win on New Year’s Eve

Charlie Lindgren played well enough to win on New Year’s Eve

Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via An incredible save highlighted a great effort from the netminder in his first start of the season. The Montreal Canadiens have had a backup goaltender start just eight games this season. Keith Kinkaid got the first five, surrendering five goals in the first one and four in the last four he played before getting placed on waivers and demoted to the AHL. Cayden Primeau came up when he went down, allowing three goals in his first NHL start and then two to grab his first NHL win, but at just 20 years of age, his stay with the Canadiens wasn’t meant to...

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