Of course it’s an afterthought. Everyone wants to finish with a win. You don’t want to regret your last game. We’ll use it as motivation said 20-year-old forward Pierrick Dubé.
Defenders Zachary Massicotte and Martin occupied the other lockers reserved for 20-year-old players. Mavrik Bourque (Dallas Stars), Xavier Bourgault (Edmonton Oilers) logically knew how to graduate to the professionals and it would be surprising if Charles-Antoine Lavallée and Antoine Coulombe, the two 19-year-old goalies, were both from back next year.
The team with the Hollywood course could well be decimated by the terms of Tuesday’s game.
We’ve been a band for four years…it’s a special team said captain Mavrik Bourque.
An air of deja vu
Win or pack your bags is a film in which Cataractes players have already played as recently as the semi-finals of the President’s Cup playoffs.
We were accused at the foot of the wall against Quebec for two games in a row. Here it is the same situation. A semi-final and a final… that’s what we did against Quebec Bourque adds.
His trio companion, Olivier Nadeau, reserves the same speech. The Cataractes are expecting a physical game and say they know what to do to beat the Hamilton Bulldogs, a team they’ve beaten earlier in this tournament.
They have a good recovery, they are distributed quickly. They have talented players who can put it in. Need to manage disk control says Olivier Nadeau.
Daniel Renaud had made his decision, but was not yet ready to announce the identity of his starting goalkeeper, late Sunday afternoon. However, he confirms that the changes will be made to the roster. Already, we know that forward Pierrick Dubé will have to leave his place on the first wave of power plays. It is Lorenzo Canonica who
The loss against the Sea Dogs is a bad fact, but we learned lessons as always. There is no team that impresses us here. We are confident said William Veillette.
His coach believes that the team has already moved on from Saturday’s loss. He affirms that this failure will have allowed his troop to refocus.