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Martin St-Louis gives news from the Montreal Canadiens' infirmary


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October 6, 2022  (6:09 PM)
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There are only two games left for the Canadiens before the season begins once and for all, which, let's be honest, should not be easy. Next Wednesday, Martin St-Louis and his men will play at the Bell Centre against the Toronto Maple Leafs to open the 2022-23 campaign.

Currently in Newfoundland for tonight's game, the Habs are without several players, including captain Nick Suzuki. The head coach was reassuring in this matter.
« Martin St-Louis says he believes Nick Suzuki will be able to start the season with the club next Wednesday. Less certain about Joel Armia." - Marc-Olivier Beaudoin

Remember that on Tuesday night against the Senators, Joel Armia and Emil Heineman both left the game with upper body injuries. Heineman is not expected to play in the NHL this season, but in the case of number 40, his presence is still uncertain for next Wednesday.
To listen to the coach's media availability, click here.
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