Zone exit, season 5 | Episode 2: What fate awaits Cayden Primeau?

Goalkeepers are everywhere in the news this week, a happy coincidence with the presence of Stéphane Waite among our guests. The fate of Cayden Primeau is indeed at the heart of the discussions, he who could go on waivers at the end of camp if he is unable to dislodge Jake Allen or Samuel Montembeault. Stéphane Waite’s vibrant plea contrasts with the lukewarmness of the rest of the panel. It remains to be seen whether the absence of Andrei Vasilevskiy in Tampa will trigger a domino effect among goalkeepers.

The role of Kirby Dach, the progression of Logan Mailloux and the need – or not – for robustness at the CH also fuel the debates. Finally, the presence of Jessica Campbell and Kori Cheverie behind the bench for preparatory matches caused Jérémie Rainville to react, who wondered if the NHL had a real desire to promote diversity, or if it was just opportunism. .

Host: Jérémie Rainville
Guests: Stéphane Waite, Richard Labbé and Guillaume Lefrançois

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[Mike] Matheson slightly injured in the lower body, we are talking about discomfort, day of treatments, it is not impossible that he will skip his turn tomorrow as a preventive measure. This tweet was written on October 7, 2022 […] The discomfort had lasted eight weeks.

Guillaume Lefrançois

[L’absence de deux mois d’Andrei Vasilevskiy] : It’s a big blow, especially since it’s an organization that doesn’t have a lot of depth in front of the net.

Stéphane Waite

Episode details

Block 1

  • 1:07 – Mike Matheson out: should we be worried?
  • 3:59 – First victory for the Canadian in preparatory matches since 2021
  • 7:14 – What should we do with Cayden Primeau?
  • 16:17 – Which performance reassured you the most: Dach, Slafkovsky, Caufield?
  • 22:25 – What do you think of the defense after two preparatory games?

Block 2

  • 29:05 – A little roughness in the game against the Senators
  • 38:14 – Should the Canadian be interested in Mathieu Joseph?

Block 3

  • 43:00 – Two women behind an NHL bench
  • 51:45 – Roberto Luongo will be honored in Vancouver

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