A defensively responsible forward with strong and gritty puck handling skills that only enhance his ability of driving the play to the net.
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March 2020 – Teasdale tore both his ACL and MCL in an on-ice practice session back in August. He has missed the whole season. Pablo Ruiz
May 2019 – Teasdale continues to elevate his game and captures MVP honors as he led his
team, the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, to beat the Halifax Mooseheads in the Memorial Cup. The Huskies acquired him in early January where his point-per-game average increased by 0.45. This offensive momentum continued steadily in the QMJHL playoffs where Teasdale finished first in scoring with 14 goals and 34 points in 20 games. Teasdale made a splash as an invitee to the Canadiens’ training camp last fall which earned him an entry level contract. Expect him to join the AHL’s Laval Rocket after camp again in September. With improved skating and added size, a top-six role is a definite possibility down the road for the young skater. Jesse Sherman