Day 2 at Montreal Canadiens Development Camp

June 3rd, 2010 by Rocket All Habs Leave a reply »
At the Montreal Canadiens 2010 development camp, the one ingredient in short supply is passion.

For the most part, it has been a quiet, polite affair. After two days, the most intense person on skates has been Habs' assistant coach, Kirk Muller.

An exception to the rule is Danny Kristo who has approached every task with enthusiasm. He also seems to be injecting some creativity in repetitive drills. While Kristo navigated the cones like everyone else, he banked the puck off the boards to give the exercise an additional challenge.

Kristo seems to be enjoying himself and is showing some leadership qualities by chatting otherwise silent teammates.

The forwards went through a number of skating drills on Wednesday morning. Kristo has good acceleration but it was Joonas Natinnen who excelled with powerful cuts and excellent body control. Gabriel Dumont and Michael Cichy were clearly the weakest of the group.

When it came time to shoot, it was Steve Quailer who impressed with his quick release and heavy shot.

When the defenseman ran through some passing exercises, it was surprising that the hulking Myles Harvey, 6'5" 230 lbs., was so ...

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