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Insider Finally Gives the Full Details on Martin St-Louis' Departure


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Julien Trekker
March 21, 2024  (2:07 PM)
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Martin St-Louis, head coach of the Montreal Canadiens, in a press conference.
Photo credit: MARTIN TREMBLAY, LA PRESSE

An insider finally shared the full details on why head coach Martin St-Louis suddenly left the Montreal Canadiens.

Ever since Martin St-Louis left the team a few days ago, Canadiens' fans have been concerned and want to know what happened. David Savard, the veteran defenseman, accidentaly shared details on why Martin St-Louis left, saying his son was the cause.
The full explanation has finally been revealed by an insider.

Insider Max Truman shares why Martin St-Louis left the Montreal Canadiens.

As Truman said, in a recent episode of the podcast Stanley 25, the truth is available to anyone who can make a quick research.
Read his full declaration here:
"What I'm going to tell you is that if you're a big boy or a big girl, and you write - Mason Scary Collision - on Twitter, you'll find out why he's not there (Martin St-Louis). [...]

There is a public part to the reason for Martin St-Louis's absence."


Typing "Mason scary collision" on X proved to be conclusive. Here's what we found:
"Hard fought 7-3 win vs SPA. Hard to be happy as our friend and teammate Mason left the game in the 3rd after a scary collision. Good news is he's going to be okay but it takes an emotional toll. Have to do our best to re-focus and get ready for a battle tomorrow vs MSC at 8am."

Martin St-Louis must take all the time he needs to be with his son. Family is more important than hockey.
Stay tuned for more.
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