Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by Lshap, Apr 23, 2021.
Hopefully the final thread listing him as a prospect...
When he scores his first NHL goal, I’m going to need a moment...
So when does the kid get a shot?
We do want to see Caufield. Would much rather see him in the line-up.
Only with an injury IMO. The team I doubt will use their last call up for him.
That said, depending on how we enter the playoffs... strong or limping, we may see him dressed then.
So our last call up is either between him and Evans basically? As Ouellet, Byron, and Romanov was our 3 at the deadline if I’m correct?
Next season, unless a (none-center) forward gets injured.
The Hab management around the trade deadline was awful. They wasted recalls on players that should have been on the roster before the TLD, just to save a few thousands on daily cap-space that they can't even use now.
The real question is what’s Gole Goalfields middle name? Can’t find it anywhere
to be honest he looks like a young Kovalchuk minus size.
I honestly can't believe they blew on the 4 call-ups on Ouellette.. like jesus christ
He’s a member of the fox hole
How many goals does he score beyond the face off circles? Seems to me that he scores most of them inside of the face off circles and I wonder what he can do in traffic with more physical players.
I think he is very cleaver with the type of game he needs to play due to his size. One area to watch out for is the Habs system... it's a clutter attack. I rather see the forwards spread out a bit more which will spread out the opposition D in transition. Annoys me when two players are like 5' apart. Caufield can't play that style... he needs to gravitate to open space and someone needs to give him the puck
I actually see him at his most dangerous playing with Kotkaniemi and Anderson, with Caufield on the left. Two massive bodies that skate with speed and can get loose pucks. Caufield can trail and look for openings and unload.
This callup f*** up is amateurish and a disgrace. This is Mel Bridgman-level.
That shot can score from anywhere, he’ll adapt
Yup and KK and Anderson will f*** up anyone that tries to f*** with Cole. Well, Andy and maybe Jesperi
I dont understand why theyre holding onto their last recall..? What do they expect from now until the PO...? Like theres absolutely zero downsides to calling up Caufield. The pieces are there to stay performance wise and if theres an injury, theres emergency call ups.
I like this idea!
Evans or Caufield
Yes, theres no reasons to keep both off the ice, just call one up already wtf.
Why would we just save our last call up? The last call up will be used on Caufield. And it likely happens for Monday’s game.
Yeah the organization really screwed that up. I’d like to know if they actually knew the rule when they did that.
This is why it’s tough for the Habs to recall Caufield unless there was an injury.
From the CBA:
Following the conclusion of the Regular Season, no Player may be Recalled from Loan to a club of any league affiliated with the NHL, except that:
(i) a Club may exercise an unlimited number of additional regular Recalls, provided that it may have no more than three (3) Players on its Active Roster who were Recalled by way of regular Recall after the Trade Deadline. However, if a Club has Recalled four (4) Players pursuant to Section 13.12(l) above, such Club will instead be permitted to retain those four (4) Players on its Active Roster following the conclusion of the Regular Season.
The Habs have already used their 3 post deadline recalls, if they use their 4th on Caufield they lose their ability to have an unlimited number of additional regular Recalls in the playoffs.
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