Montreal Canadiens center Nick Suzuki (14) skates the puck past New York Rangers center Johnny Brodzinski (76) during the first period of an NHL hockey game in New York on April 27, 2022 (Canadian Press/AP-John Minchillo
Some of Quebec’s major political party leaders said the newly appointed Montreal Canadiens: captain Nick Suzuki I need to learn French.
Coalition Avenir Québec leader François Legault said Habs made a “great choice”, adding that after describing the center as one of the team’s best players. Suzuki Now I have to learn French.
The Montreal Canadiens recruited the 23-year-old from London, Ontario to the team. captain on monday.
Liberal Party leader Dominic Unglaed told reporters at Thetford Mines, Suzuki added that learning French and living in Quebec is an opportunity to learn the language.
Quebec Party leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon also praised the hockey club’s decision. Suzuki as a “very good choice” for captain.
But he said it’s important for hubs captain Because learning French involves bonding with a Quebec fanbase that has provided unconditional support to the team for generations.