One of the biggest question marks for the second half of the season involved the future of one of the Montreal Canadiens' young defenseman.
Juulsen had some absolutely terrible injury luck this past year and many believed his hockey career might be in question.
We heard plenty of chatter regarding Juulsen's vision after getting hit in the face with a puck twice in the same game.
During the last part of the season, Canadiens' general manager Marc Bergevin spoke with the media and said he didn't have any official update but said there's a chance that Juulsen could finish the season with the Rocket despite all the reports.
As the Rocket cleaned out their lockers and met with media on Monday, Juulsen was available for questions.
The 22 year old confirmed to reporters he's been cleared by doctors to play next season and said he's healthy and ready to go.
This is absolutely great news for one of the Habs' young promising defenseman.
Noah Juulsen confirme aux médias qu'il est en santé et qu'il sera prêt pour le début de la prochaine saison. Noah Juulsen tells reporters he’s healthy and has been cleared to play for next season.#GoHabsGo
— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) April 15, 2019