Lane Hutson had four assists in the win last night

If there is a player’s name that is not yet among the professionals, whether in Montreal with the Canadiens or in Laval with the Rocket, but that resonates throughout the city, it is Lane Hutson.

The 19-year-old defender is getting a lot of attention, and rightly so.

CH fans are very excited about his performance in the NCAA and naturally have high hopes for him to become an offensive defenseman in the NHL.

Last season in the NCAA, Hutson broke several records with his 48 points, including 15 goals, in 39 games.

We all told ourselves that it was going to be difficult for Hutson to do better this season, but that was not knowing the young defender well.

In fact, Hutson is burning the NCAA again this season, with a better rate of production than last season.

The four assists he had last night in Boston University’s 5-1 victory over the University of Vermont clearly help his good result.

Here’s his first assist of the night, earned on a goal by Macklin Celebrini, who is viewed as the NHL’s next first overall pick.

The chemistry continues to work wonderfully between the two, and this can only amplify Montreal Canadiens fans’ dream of seeing Celebrini land in Montreal if the CH wins the draft lottery.

His final assist of the night was magnificent as he attracted the attention of almost four opponents before delivering a delicate backhand to his brother Quinn Hutson, who fired a superb one-timer.

I leave you here second pass (also obtained with a goal from Celebrini) I heal you third pass you agree

It should be noted that the first goal of the game for Boston University, the only one in which Hutson was not assisted, was scored by CH prospect Luke Tuch.

This now gives him 19 points (six goals and 13 assists) in 20 games. He is just one point away from matching his NCAA career best.

Anyway, back to Hutson, he’s burning up the league again, as he now has 27 points (nine goals and 18 assists) in 18 games, giving him a points per game average of 1.50.

This is simply impressive for a 19-year-old defender.

He is developing very well and is also progressing very well, which makes us believe that he will be ready to make the jump to the professional next season.

However, Hutson said he will also be willing to return to the NCAA next year to complete a third season with Boston University instead of going to the NHL.

This will be an important decision that CH and Hutson management will have to make, because it is very important that Hutson makes the jump to the professional category at the right time.

Also, if he does it this year, he might not play as many games for the Habs since Boston University has a full club and could go far in the playoffs and reach the Frozen Four.

In short, this is all about to follow and we all hope to one day see Hutson easily control the CH’s numerical advantage.

A lot

– This is what CH’s other NCAA hopefuls did last night. The CH will have to make a big decision in the case of Rhett Pitlick, who is having an excellent season in his last year in the NCAA. Will the CH grant him a contract at 22 years old?

– Here’s the third goal of Pitlick’s hat trick from last night.

– I hope it’s nothing serious in your case and you can play again soon.

– Wow.

– A KHL record for the Devils’ former NHL forward.

– The world number one already eliminated in Australia.

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