Shooting Da Breeze – November 2020 Edition – Part 1

Shooting Da Breeze is a collection of random thoughts on a variety of topics, more often than not about the Montreal Canadiens and the NHL, but not always. Exceptionally, we will have two parts in two days for your reading pleasure as there was simply too much material to cover. In the first part of this edition, we will touch on topics such as the most likely new lines and defense pairings, the effect of the new comers on Drouin, the future of Danault and Juulsen, the Habs’ depth at centre and more… Please feel free to share and as usual, comments are always welcome.

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The Future of Victor Mete with the Canadiens In Jeopardy?

He went 127 games in the NHL without a goal. He scored four goals and managed 11 points in 51 games this past season. At 5-foot 9-inches and 187 lbs, he’ll never instate the fear of God into any opponent. His biggest asset is and will always be his speed. He will have to rely on good positioning and an active stick in order to check opponents, and will need the confidence to skate out of his zone in order to make a decent living in the NHL. But what does the future hold for Victor Mete in the Montreal Canadiens’ organisation?

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