- It seems it's the Montreal Canadiens' time to relax since many of them are on vacation at the moment.
- Numerous players have posted beach pictures on social media in the last few days.
- See photos of them below!
The Montreal Canadiens may not be having their best season yet, but they still have a few key games left to climb the rankings and earn a playoff spot. However, as the NHL prepares for the annual All-Star Game this weekend, the Montreal Canadiens players are enjoying a well-deserved week off before returning in force.
While the Habs won their final game last Saturday at the Bell Centre, the players will be back on the ice only next Monday, January 27, to take on the Washington Capitals.
Several Canadiens athletes took advantage of this short break to go on vacation, and we can say that they look like they are full of energy and vitamin D.
The defender's wife, Julie Petry, shared a live photo from Montego Bay, Jamaica, where she is spending the week with her husband and their three children.
"From Jamaica, with love!" she wrote in the caption, adding that their first vacation as a family of five has exceeded their expectations.
It would appear that the Price family is on vacation in Jamaica with the Petrys, as the goalie and his wife Angela Price have been identified in some photos taken in the Caribbean by Julie Petry.
And while Carey Price is keeping a low profile on social networks, his wife has posted several photos in the last few days of her and her children live from Montego Bay.
Slovak player Tomáš Tatar seems to be living the dream life while lying on the beaches of the Turks and Caicos Islands with his girlfriend Veronika Vevuska.
According to Tatar's latest posts, the couple is with of none other than Czech tennis player Radek Štěpánek and Carolina Hurricanes goalkeeper Petr Mrázek.
In his latest story, Nick Suzuki is sharing a gourmet meal with his girlfriend Caitlin Fitzgerald at the Chez Isabelle restaurant in Cancún, Mexico.
Fitzgerald also shared a photo on her Instagram account showing the southern paradise setting: the sea, the sand, and the palm trees.
The 19-year-old is also taking advantage of his leave, but despite what he wrote in his story, he seems to be doing it from Montreal and not from Cancún!
Kotkaniemi is so passionate about hockey that he went to the local rink with his friends for a little game.
Paul Byron has also been spotted by fans at the Village Vacances Valcartier in Quebec City.
The other members of the team stayed pretty quiet on social networks during this week of rest.
One thing's for sure, we hope that the Montreal Canadiens will be back on the ice in full force.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.