The Montreal Canadiens have just offered a professional tryout to four players

Published September 20, 2022 at 7:02 PM
BY JEFF DROUIN

In the last few minutes, the Montreal Canadiens organization has released its full roster (of 74 players) for the famous training camp.


It's been a little bit under the radar, because there's a lot of information to analyze in the official release, but the CH has awarded four professional tryout contracts.

Among the 44 forwards, 21 defensemen and nine goaltenders who will participate in training camp in the coming weeks, there are four players who have been granted a professional tryout with the CH:


- Forward Pierrick Dubé

- Defenseman John Parker-Jones (a 6-foot-7, 230-pound giant who impressed at rookie camp)

- Goalie Antoine Coulombe

- Goalie Riley Mercer.

The CH just announced that these four players (including two goalies) have indeed officially received a professional tryout with the organization, and they will be interesting to watch.

It starts tomorrow morning, with the physical tests, and we're really looking forward to it. Go Habs Go!

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