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Kaiden Guhle wants to force the Canadian to detain him after the retirement

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The Edmonton Oil Kings and Kaiden Guhle are eliminated from the Memorial Cup, but the hopeful Canadiens will finally be able to enjoy some rest. He will enjoy a little less than two months of rest, he who will probably participate in the Junior World Cup next August. After the world championship, it will be time for the Montreal Canadiens to retire and Kaiden Guhle wants to force the leaders to keep him for the start of the season.

Guhle explained his point last Thursday as he answered questions from fans in a live broadcast from the Canadiens on the broadcast platform. Contraction.

“I will come to the retreat with the same mentality as last year. I’ll give my best and make sure I check what I can check. I want to get there and make it harder for them by not giving me a place on the team. “- Kaiden Guhle live from account Contraction Canadians

The Oil Kings star’s defender has often raised the fact that he will only care about what he can control. He wants to stay calm and not be stressed about something he doesn’t have control over. He just shows great maturity on his part.

Despite earning the WHL Playoffs Most Valuable Player award and the role of captain with Team Canada Junior, Guhle knows there are some things he needs to improve in his game to be a good NHL player.

“I want to improve in attack. I think I have already improved on this this year. I feel more comfortable with the puck on my stick in the offensive zone. There are always things I can improve, whether it’s being more defensive or having better control of the puck, there will always be something to take to the next level. – Kaiden Guhle live from the account Contraction Canadians

Even if he is aiming for the NHL next year, the Canadian defender would have no problem spending a few moments with Laval Rocket. The important thing for him is to focus on developing him and not push things.

Kaiden Guhle continues to score points with fans and organization since his draft pick. Fans aren’t the only ones waiting for him at the Bell Center. He himself is eager to experience the Montreal amphitheater filled to the point of bursting with supporters.

“When I was drafted, I knew the Canadiens were one of the biggest, if not the biggest hockey market in the league and their fans are passionate. I love. I’m really happy to be a part of it and can’t wait to play in front of a full Bell Center. “- Kaiden Guhle live from account Contraction Canadians

Guhle will enjoy his free time, but is expected to return to action as Team Canada captain at the World Junior Championship on 9 August. Fortunately, the journey will not be a problem for him; he is from Edmonton, plays junior hockey in Edmonton and the world tournament will also be held in Edmonton.

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