MONTREAL — The Montreal canadiens gave the goaltender Charlie Lindgren at the Rocket of Laval on Sunday afternoon and submitted to the voting the names of forwards Michael Chaput and Kenny Agostino.
The return of Lindgren in Laval was a formality from the moment Carey Price and Antti NIemi were going to complete the training camp in full health.
Lindgren has participated in two matches in the preparatory and posted an average goals allowed of 1.35, the best among the three keepers of the Tricolre, and an outage rate of ,905 in about 89 minutes of the game.
Chaput has had a good training camp, scoring one goal and three points in five outings. His ratio of defensive amounted to more-3.
Like most of his teammates, Chaput has been a game a little more difficult in the 3-0 loss to the Canadian in the face of the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. He has been the victim of a turnaround, which led to the first goal of the Senators in the first twenty.
For his part, Agostino has completed the camp with one assist in four parts.
The result of these decisions of the chief of staff of the Canadian, there remains the 28 players (16 forwards, ten defenders and two goalkeepers.
The ten defenders, which include two wounded, Shea Weber and David Schlemko, but also Xavier Ouellet and Simon Després.
The latter, called for a testing professional, seemed to leave a good impression to head coach Claude Julien, who has several times spoken of his potential during the training camp.
Despres has tallied one assist in four games with a ratio of defensive over-1.
The list of 28 players that also includes Andrew Shaw and Nicolas Deslauriers, who was injured.
The Canadian has up to 17 h Tuesday to submit his list of 23 players.