Lafreniere back on ice and Canada team excited for possible return

OSTRAVA, Czech Republic — Alexis Lafreniere is getting close to playing for Canada again at the world junior tournament. The 18-year-old Quebec star and NHL first overall pick front-runner skated in the team’s New Year’s Day practice at Ostravar Arena ahead of a quarterfinal tilt with Slovakia Thursday and showed no ill effects from the […]
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