Martin St-Louis seems n‘to have lost nothing of the magic hands that made his reputation in the National Hockey League (NHL). The head coach of the Montreal Canadiens served quite a fake to a goalkeeper in training.
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Leading by example to Sean Farrell, Michael Pezzetta and others who took part in Friday morning’s optional drill in Brossard, the former Tampa Bay Lightning went one-on-one with the doorman of the day, the one of the coaches at the team video.
Pivoting to get his back to the net, St-Louis turned around at lightning speed to force his opponent to compromise before sliding the puck into a gaping cage. On the press gallery, the journalists were impressed.
The 47-year-old ex-right winger scored 391 goals during his playing career. Let’s say he could probably help the Habs, and not just behind the bench.