CH: it's over for Alex Belzile and Sean Monahan and Juraj Slafkovsky

CH: it’s over for Alex Belzile and Sean Monahan and Juraj Slafkovsky< /p> UPDATE DAY

The Montreal Canadiens continue to count their injuries at the end of the season and three other soldiers have officially seen their vacation begin prematurely, namely Alex Belzile, Sean Monahan and Juraj Slafkovsky.&nbsp ;

The organization said on Monday that the former suffered a broken leg. As for the second, he had surgery in the groin, he who played for the last time on December 5. About the third, the news already seemed quite obvious, Slafkovsky having not put on the uniform since January 15 due to a knee injury.

Obviously, these hockey players were conspicuous by their absence from the training held in Brossard, except that they were not the only ones. Thus, attacker Jake Evans, defender Jordan Harris and goalkeeper Jake Allen were missing, as they received treatment. That's not counting the Quebecer Rafaël Harvey-Pinard, again on the sidelines after missing Saturday's game against the Carolina Hurricanes.

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During this meeting, Joel Armia nevertheless made a return to the game taking part in a first clash since February 21. In addition, several other elements, including Josh Anderson, Cole Caufield, Kaiden Guhle and David Savard, will not return to action in 2022-2023.

The Habs will host the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday.

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