Canadians believe Suzuki’s choice to not participate in the Worlds is reasonable.

Montreal Canadiens captain Nick Suzuki emerged as a top-tier center this season. It wasn’t just due to his impressive stats—setting personal bests with 33 goals and 44 assists in 82 games—but also his exemplary leadership. Suzuki adeptly maintained team morale in a challenging rebuilding season, ensuring a cohesive locker room atmosphere. Furthermore, he led by example on the ice, playing every game while many teammates were sidelined with injuries. Despite his stellar performance, Suzuki chose to decline an invitation to represent Team Canada at the World Championship this summer.


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