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“Cayden was excellent” -Tyler Toffoli

“Cayden was excellent” -Tyler Toffoli

Without the prowess of Cayden Primeau, author of 22 saves in the first third, the Canadian would have suffered a severe correction.

“Cayden was excellent. He made some big saves. Afterwards, we managed to play tighter. They weren’t allowed to get so many good chances. »

–Tyler Toffoli

Over the past few days, Samuel Montembeault has indicated that it’s easier to be focused and make the saves when he receives a high number of shots. Despite the heaviness of the task that this may involve, Cayden Primeau abounds in the same direction.

“It helps to quickly feel in the game. At the same time, I have to give credit to my teammates who sacrificed their bodies to block multiple shots (only 12). So it could have been worse. »

–Cayden Primeau

Artturi Lehkonen will never be a natural marker. Even though he was playing with a shovel. On the other hand, we can never blame him for a lack of effort or the ardor he displays in his defensive work.

“I love the way he plays. He pays attention to small details and carries out his responsibilities well. He does everything well. Tonight we had a big confrontation and I think we played well. He should have scored three or four goals, but we won’t say it too loudly. »

–Tyler Toffoli

Good teams and good players are often very demanding of themselves. Despite the victory and the 46 shots directed by his teammates and him on Primeau, the author of the winning goal was not fully satisfied.

“You have to be honest. It wasn’t our best game. At least we found a way to win. »

–Gabriel Landeskog