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A former offensive leader in the NCAA is free as a bird and could interest the Canadiens organization

In the last few days there have been several NHL signings and trades, but through all the excitement several lesser known players have been released by their teams and are looking for a new team.

On June 30, we reported the list of players who did not receive a qualifying offer and several of them have still not signed elsewhere and are available.

Today, Marc-Antoine Godinmentioned a certain player not qualified by the Canucks, who could help the organization of the Canadian in Laval. It is about Aidan Mcdonougha 6-foot-2, 205-pound left winger who played his college hockey at Northeastern.

Mcdonough is a former teammate of Jayden Struble et Jordan Harris and in his last two NCAA seasons, he led his team in goals and points.

His first full season as a pro was a bit of a struggle. McDonough didn’t get an NHL call-up, recording just 19 points (11-8—19) in 58 games with the AHL’s Abbotsford Canucks.

He’s been talked about as a power forward who has a nose for finding the back of the net. He has big size, but he probably needs to improve his skating to become a regular at the NHL level.

Could there be room for him in Laval?

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