Promising Kaiden Guhle's season is over, the Montreal Canadiens announced on Tuesday.
The young defender has sprained his ankle. He won't have to go under the knife, but he will miss in the last 11 CH duels.
First round choice in 2020, Guhle impressed in his first season in the League National Hockey League, but made several stays in the infirmary. He was limited to 44 games, in which he had four goals and 18 points.
As for him, Josh Anderson will not accompany the team to Boston on Wednesday. He collided with the empty net of the Tampa Bay Lightning, at the very end of the duel on Tuesday, when he was pushed by Mikhail Sergachev.