Slovak forward Juraj Slafkovsky, the first overall pick in the recent National Hockey League draft, scored a goal in the opening seconds of a Montreal Canadiens intrasquad game on Wednesday , in Brossard.
This game took place as part of the Habs development camp, of which it was the last day.
20 seconds for Slafkovsky before scoring. 1-0 Reds 🔵⚪️🔴
— Marc-André Perreault (@MA_PerreaultTVA) July 13, 2022
Remember that the first day on Sunday was devoted to testing and off-ice training. The development camp continued until Wednesday with sessions on the ice, in two groups, and an intra-squad game during which Slafkovsky, 18, has already taken the opportunity to make fans dream.
In the draft on Thursday, July 7, the Canadiens preferred to select Slafkovsky, a left winger, rather than center Shane Wright, who was finally called up to fourth overall by the Seattle Kraken.
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