Jakob Pelletier, wearing the best Quebec club uniform of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) this year, intends to raise the President’s Cup to avoid losing in the final because he participated in the World Junior Hockey with Canada championship.
At the age of 20, he participated in the final third grade before playing a professional player, and now hopes to end this chapter of his life with his title.
“We still remember the final that the United States lost, and it’s still daunting. So I’m very excited and ready to win the championship,” “Forecast of the Flames” told the Calgary Sun every day on Saturday.
“I will not lose twice in a year; of course, I am a little excited about the playoffs. I am ready to go a long way in the playoffs.”
Despite being ranked 29-3-4 in the regular season, Foreurs still needs to adapt and build chemistry as the game time increases. Although the commemorative cup was cancelled and the organization hopes to be hit this year, it has attracted several players in the process.
As a result, Nathan Légaré, Jordan Spence and Samuel Poulin expanded the ranks of the club and changed face as a result. But Pelletier believes that adjustments have been made.
“For all the new members that we have, all the superstars on our team, some adjustments are needed. I think these guys are great. No one is more important than the others. I think we have already taken a few weeks since the end of the season. A big step forward. We played hockey very well, but not as good as we wanted. Therefore, taking a big step forward and achieving the goals we want is very important for us to enter the playoffs.”
He believes that despite the failure, his experience in the World Cup will benefit Foreurs.
“Competing with the best players in the world for a month and being able to represent my country means a lot to me. That is a dream. Because of this, I brought back a lot of good habits and bags. [d’expérience]. So I think I am a more complete player. I think this will definitely help me a lot. “