It's been a scary last 24 hours for the Montreal Canadiens and their head coach, Claude Julien.
Julien was taken to hospital after feeling chest pains and had been undergoing tests since Wednesday night.
With the Canadiens having already released an update yesterday saying that Julien would be without the team for the full series against Philly, it sounds like he'll be likely staying home.
Julien was released from hospital and returned to Montreal as per the Canadiens' press release on Friday:
"The Montreal Canadiens announced that head coach Claude Julien will be heading to Montreal today, to rest at home following stenting of a coronary artery carried out at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto Thursday afternoon. Doctors expect a full recovery.
On a more personal note, Coach Julien would like to convey his most sincere thanks to everyone at St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care he received during his stay. He also wishes to personally and sincerely thank everyone who has sent their well wishes during this time. "
Great news and we wish him a speedy recovery!
Canadiens head coach Claude Julien is returning to Montreal to rest following stenting of a coronary artery.https://t.co/FRa6P4fR26
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