Like the Edmonton Oilers, the Montreal Canadiens also have a two-headed monster.
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The two offensive leaders of the Oilers, Leon Draisaitl and McDavid, together created 32.6% of goals and 36.5% of points for the team.
However, in terms of CH, Tyler Toffoli and Josh Anderson completed a total of 30.2% of the goals! However, they scored 16.9% of the team’s total points, which is incomparable with Edmonton’s two superstars.
Nevertheless, we can still see problems similar to oilers in Montreal.
“In the same situation as the Canadians and the Oilers, this shoe will squeeze among other teams, and Jean-Charles Lajoie emphasized this in Sunday’s daily newspaper. Japan International Cooperation Agency. The two newly acquired players by Marc Bergevin produced more than three goals out of ten.
“Apart from Tofili and Anderson, there are only three players this year… Anyway, after 46 games, they have at least 10 goals this year. Tatar has 10, Petri has 11, Gallagher, Unfortunately, 14 people left the formation.
“For Oilers, it’s the same thing. Apart from McDavid and Draisaitl, only three players have at least 10 goals: Darnell Nurse and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins have 13 goals, and Jesse Puljujarvi has 12 goals. Goal.”
Dominique Ducharme knows that the Canadian duo is not as talented as the Oilers, so he must absolutely bet on his team’s collective efforts to win the game, just like Wednesday night.
See the full editorial by Jean Charles in the video above.