Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin expressed satisfaction with the team’s season, but said there’s still a lot of work to do during a press conference Monday morning in Brossard.
The Canadiens finished the season with 100 points and made a deep playoff run, making it to the Eastern Conference final.
“Overall it’s a very good season. A 100-point season with the playoffs to get to the conference final is excellent,” Bergevin said.
The Canadiens aren’t a mature team yet, but they’re a good young team, Bergevin added.
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