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“The CH team wanted me to be careful with my lower body injury”

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With the Junior Championships starting in the NHL just a few days ago, Advertisement on Canadians shirt CH’s young optimists have been getting a lot of attention since the start of the week. It was a chance to see many of the organization’s top aspirants in action, including the most recent draft pick, Juraj Slafkovský.

However, there is an important hope for the organization that did not play in its first two games: Kayden Gaul. The majestic defender was turned away for somewhat obscure reasons (We didn’t know if he was infected or not), but we were talking about something simple.

And while Guhle spoke to the media earlier this afternoon, he wanted to make it clear that he’s bothered by a minor lower-body injury he’s been pulling since his team’s playoff round. Last spring and CH wanted to be careful with a young defender.

But the good news is that Guhle says he has recovered and will be in uniform tomorrow. By the way, Slafkovský will also be there, Contrary to what the demon game descriptor mentioned last night.

Guhle made it clear that he trusted Canadian medical staff who didn’t want to rush him. After all, he is a big player in the organization and more importantly to be healthy in the real team training camp than in the junior tournament.

However, he is ready to play tomorrow and feels good. You’ll get him some action in his body before he shows up in the real camp, which isn’t a bad thing.

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On the other hand, Jean-Francois Hall later clarified that even if Guhle is healthy and has shown great things in training this week, he can still manage the defender’s playing time during the match tomorrow. He wants to see how the first half goes and will be ready to adapt if necessary.

But obviously, if Guhle has had an injury since his team’s playoff round, it’s a good thing he didn’t make it to the WJC this summer. After all, if he wasn’t 100% earlier this week, he wouldn’t have been in another tournament in his body.

In short, we’ll see what Guhle will be able to show off tomorrow during the CH Hopes’ final match, but we’ll be especially keeping an eye on his use over the course of the match. If he doesn’t play much after the first period, there may be cause for concern.

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“It could definitely be a game changer.

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