The Canadiens announced in the afternoon that they had cut 23 players from their roster, including 13 forwards, eight defenders and two goaltenders.
Lucas Condotta, Gianni Fairbrother, Cam Hillis, Jan Mysak and Joël Teasdale, all of whom have valid contracts in the National League, will be loaned to the Laval Rocket.
Also cut, Peter Abbandonato, Anthony Beauregard, Gabriel Bourque, Santino Centorame, Tory Dello, Philippe Desrosiers, Ryan Francis, Olivier Galipeau, Alex Green, Danick Martel, Émile Poirier, Brennan Saulnier, Brett Stapley and Joe Vrbetic will report to the CH school club camp.
The Canadiens cut 23 players from training camp.#GoHabsGo https://t.co/6YIrF71Sbx
— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) September 30, 2022
Finally, Pierrick Dubé, John Parker-Jones, Miguël Tourigny and William Trudeau were also part of the wave of cuts and will report to the Rocket based on a pro trial.
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