“No one in Quebec wants to see Jonathan Druin’s score more than Jonathan himself.”
Since the start of the season, Drew has bothered many people because of the fact that he only scored two goals. This is understandable. After all, when Marc Bergevin made an acquisition in June 2015, it was meant to provoke insufficient attacks.
Besides exchanging Mikhail Sergachev (Mikhail Sergachev), the Canadian general manager immediately awarded a six-year contract worth 33 million U.S. dollars (5.5 million U.S. dollars per season).
At the same time, Drew became the highest paid forward in Canada (because Josh Anderson joined him, and Brendan Gallagher will surpass him next year).
Since the start of the season (tied with Jake Evans), he has occupied the last row of scorers in the CH shooter group, which has greatly exposed the dissatisfaction of his supporters.
“Indeed, he did not collect any points for a few games [7 matchs]But his performance before the break was pretty good [21 points en 31 matchs]. Dusham said: “In addition to the few goals he should have, we can also say that he averaged only 1 point per game.”
“Yes, this is not suitable, yes, there are no numbers on the counter, but what he has to do is to maintain the correct way of playing. There are no a million solutions. Just like in any field: when you want to get out of trouble , You will stand by and work.”
Although Ducharme insists that his students have learned a lot in this area in the past few years, this may be where the Drouin problem has become a problem recently.
Before the COVID forced break, we felt his participation was higher.
Although criticized for not shooting on the net often, he is more sensitive to the ice hockey in the opponent’s area and participates in defense more effectively.
“At the moment, I haven’t played my best hockey. Druin admits that I’m moving away from ice hockey, but I’m not where I should be. I will be responsible for this work and come back early this year.”