The Canadiens resumed training Monday in Brossard for Tuesday’s game against the Bruins.
Striker Kirby Dach was conspicuous by his absence, enjoying “a day of treatment,” the team announced in the morning.
After practice, we will present here live press briefings from the players and head coach Martin St-Louis.
As was the case on Saturday, forward Sean Monahan was on the ice with his teammates, even though he was unable to take the hits.
Among the goalkeepers, Jake Allen also took part in the session, as did Samuel Montembeault and Cayden Primeau.
With three wins in its last four outings, the Bleu-Blanc-Rouge will play its next two games at home. After the Bruins on Tuesday, he will host the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday. He will then travel to Ottawa to face the Senators on Saturday, before receiving them at the Bell Center on January 31.
This duel will also be the last of the team before the break of the all-star game, where it will be represented by its captain Nick Suzuki.