Andrew Shaw found his teammates at training for the first time

Andrew Shaw retrouve ses coéquipiers à l’entraînement pour une première fois

Photo: Graham Hughes The canadian Press
27-year-old, Shaw was injured in the first period of the match which ended 3-2 in overtime to the Habs face the Dallas Stars, on the eve of the New Year.

Forward Andrew Shaw was back in training with his teammates for the first time since he suffered a neck injury at the 31 December, but it will have to wait a little before playing a first game.

Shaw has not yet received the green light from doctors to receive failed. Head coach Claude Julien said that Shaw is expected to miss the matches of the weekend against the New Jersey Devils and the Edmonton Oilers.

“We follow the protocol. Today, it was a workout without contact, we will see how he feels tomorrow [Friday], said Julien. I’m going to wait for the green light from doctors to resume practice with contact. Then, he has not played for a month and he’s going to have to get back in shape. “

“There are a lot of things to watch, and it is difficult to pinpoint a specific date for a return. “

27-year-old, Shaw was injured in the first period of the match which ended 3-2 in overtime to the Habs face the Dallas Stars, on the eve of the New Year.

Because of his history of concussions, the Canadian was subjected Shaw to the protocol of the NHL in terms of concussion — even if ultimately, the team classified his injury as a neck.

Shaw has resulted Thursday, in a trio completed by Michael Chaput and Kenny Agostino for the return to work of the Canadian, following the break of the all-star game and his or her compulsory leave. His teammates were happy to meet him at their sides.

“It takes a that we annoys ! There was no one for we picked on all the time, said Phillip Danault laughing about the return of Shaw. It’s fun to see it again in the locker room and on the ice. “

In 36 games this season, Shaw has registered 11 goals and 13 helpers. He knew the good times before you fall in battle, so that he had accumulated 22 points in 25 games is evolving mostly alongside Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin.

The CH in the fog on Juulsen

In addition, Julien was asked about the state of health of the defender Noah Juulsen. The latter has played only three games with the Rocket of Laval since he has been demoted — the last on 27 December.

The facilitator Ron Fournier said last week on the airwaves on 98.5 FM that the career of the defender over the age of 21 years may be in jeopardy due to an injury to a nerve in the face that night to his vision.

Juulsen had been hit by a shot on November 19, in the face of the Washington Capitals. He had returned to the game on the 11th of December and had played four games with the Habs with a grid before being returned to the american League.

“I don’t have enough details to say more, said Julien about the state of health of Juulsen. And I don’t want to give false information either. “

Choice of the first round of the Canadian 2015, 26th in total, Juulsen has picked up two goals and six helpers in 44 meetings in the course of his career in the NHL.

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