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Development Camp - Day 5

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

- On Thursday morning, prospects and invitees took part in the third and final development camp scrimmage at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.

Team White came out flying in the opening frame. Invitee Ryan Johnston opened the scoring, before Lukas Vejdemo beat Team Red starter Zachary Fucale on a penalty shot attempt to give Team White a 2-0 lead. Taylor Burke capped the scoring in the first period, putting a wrist shot past Fucale to give Team White a 3-0 advantage.

Jeremy Gregoire scored the lone goal of the second period for Team White, lifting his squad to a 4-0 lead. For his part, invitee Dryden Hunt got Team Red on the board. His goal, which was initially deemed to have hit the crossbar, was eventually credited to him during the second intermission.

Invitee Angelo Miceli made it 5-1 for Team White in the third period, before Daniel Carr responded for Team Red. Then, Johnston struck again for Team White to make it 6-2. Invitee Ryan Rosenthal scored the final goal of the game for Team Red as Team White skated to a 6-3 victory.

- Prospect Noah Juulsen agreed to terms on a three-year, entry level contract with the Canadiens on Thursday. The 18-year-old, who was selected 26th overall at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, was pleased to make things official.

“It’s an amazing feeling. Everyone wants to get that opportunity, but not everyone does. I’m just lucky enough to have that opportunity,” offered Juulsen, who met with members of the media moments after signing his contract.

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