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Healthy at last, Juulsen hopes to regain spot on Canadiens blue line

Healthy at last, Juulsen hopes to regain spot on Canadiens  blue line
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It was only one hockey game, but Noah Juulsen hopes that his appearance in what would be the Laval Rocket’s final game of the season is the first step on the road back to the NHL.

“Even if it was only one game, there was a long stretch when I didn’t play,” Juulsen said Friday during a conference call from his off-season home in British Columbia. “Just getting that one game was a great feeling. The coaching staff in Laval put me in that game and they played me quite a bit. I think I played more than 18 minutes and it was great getting that opportunity.
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