CH Hopes Overview: Decisive Match Tonight for Jan Mysak and Arber Xhekaj’s Season

While the Shane Wright or Juraj Slafkovsky debate regarding the Montreal Canadiens’ first public pick ignites social networks, CH’s current hopes are for them, each continuing their journey of getting rid of it in the juniors.

Indeed, with replays fast approaching, the hopes of a group of Habs still on their way to their championship are high, and some are getting closer and closer to qualifying for the iconic Memorial Cup.

Here’s a small update on the performances and the knockout route for CH’s various hopes.

Arber Xhekaj and Jan Mysak

Two Habs nominees are now in the OHL Final with their Hamilton Bulldogs. They face Windsor Spitfire in the final.

The chain is currently linked 2 to 2.

So it’s the first series to pose a problem for the Bulldogs, who haven’t lost a single match (12-0) in their journey to the final.

The Bulldogs still haven’t progressed in this series, but there is one game where taking the lead will be crucial, and that is Game 5 tonight.

The team that wins this game, which will be played in Hamilton, will make a serious choice in the OHL Championship and qualify for the Anniversary Cup.

So it will be a match to watch closely this afternoon from 2pm.

Now, that’s what we can glean from the solo performances of Xhekaj and Mysak.

Arber Xhekaj – Right defender – 21 years old

On the Xhekaj side, the Giant Coordination Defender has an absolutely incredible streak. Joining the Bulldogs about mid-season after being traded from Kitchener Rangers, Xhekaj didn’t shine right away.

Xhekaj has emerged as one of the key players in the Bulldogs’ success in the playoffs.

In 15 games since the start of the playoffs, the CH team has 13 points, of which six goals and seven assists.

His 13 points earn him fourth place in scoring among defenders in the playoffs, one point behind the top three who totaled 14 points.

In short, needless to add more to say that Xhekaj is really excellent at the moment.

You probably already know this, but I can’t wait to see Xhekaj at the Canadiens training camp next season.

Like my colleague Olivier Baedent, I truly believe Xhekaj is Habs’ hidden card.

Jean Misk – center – 19 years old

(Credit: screenshot/OHL)

Hope the Czechs at Habs don’t really have a good streak like Xhekaj. His stats are respectable
(3-7-10 in 14 games), but I am convinced that fans of both Bulldogs and CH certainly expected more from Mysak in the playoffs.

Mysak has had a bumpy season with ups and downs. Sometimes, he had big streaks, and other times, he didn’t appear on the score sheet at all.

It remains that CH’s hope will also be on the lookout at CH’s upcoming training camp. However, he is likely to play for Laval Rocket next season.

At 19, Misak is still a strong hope for Canadians.

Kaiden Guhle – Left-handed defender – 19 years old

Here’s another hope for CH who is also very close to qualifying for the Memorial Cup.

In fact, with yesterday’s victory, the Kaiden Guhle and Edmonton Oil Kings won the WHL title as well as qualifying for the Memorial Cup.

However, Guhle and his colleagues still have to wait.

The Oil Kings lost Game 5 last night 3-2 to the Seattle Thunderbirds, reducing their lead in the series to just 3-2.

So Edmonton was unable to put an end to the controversy last night in front of their supporters. However, the Oil Kings will have another chance to do so tomorrow in Game 6, which will also take place in Edmonton.

In the case of Game 7, the game will also take place in Edmonton. So the oil kings have every opportunity on their side.

As for Guhle’s personal performance, he also had some great streaks.

(credit: Edmonton Oil Kings)

He has 15 points (seven goals – eight assists) in 18 matches. That’s good for fifth in scoring among the defenders in the playoffs.

In short, Guhle will also be one to watch during the next bootcamp. Of all the hopes of a CH team that has yet to play games for the Habs, he’s the one who usually has the best chance of making the big club for next season.

If the Bulldogs and Oil Kings win the playoff tournament, CH will have three optimists who will represent CH in the Memorial Cup.

The two teams will be joined by Saint John Sea Dogs (championship host) and Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL champions).

As you can see, William Trudeau and Xavier Simono’s seasons ended as the Charlottetowners lost yesterday in the QMJHL Final to Waterfall.

So some hopes for CH remain closely watched.

Many of

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