Despite achieving a new breakthrough in 10 days of playing less games, the Laval Rockets faced goalkeeper Joseph Wall, who won 56 saves with a 4-3 overtime victory at Bell Center on Tuesday. .
Jeremy McKenna, Noel Hoefenmayer and Martin Marincin also defeated goalkeeper Michael McNiven, who Lost 29 pucks in the loss.
Although the Rockets made 27 shots in the second quarter, the Rockets still need more than 40 minutes to score their first goal.
“I think these guys performed well in the first half. After such a long break, I was surprised by the rhythm we were able to maintain. Second, it went to another level. Look, there are 60 photos to ensure the final result Not what you want.”
“It’s a very good performance. When you double your team to throw the ball, it’s usually because you did the right thing. Overall, the attitude on the bench is exceptional. Overall, I feel the behavior of the players. Very satisfied.”
After spending a few weeks in the Montreal Canadiens reserve team, he returned to the training ground. Captain Xavier Ouellet was tied at the beginning of the third period and he entered third place in the American League this season.
Ouellet hasn’t played in the game since April 14, when the Canadian lost 16:56 to the Calgary Flames when he used 16:56.
“I haven’t played in a while,” Ohrer said. It feels good on ice. I feel good physically. Of course, at the beginning of the game, the timing was a bit out of season, but it came back soon, so I was very happy. “
Yannick Veilleux also performed very well, losing twice.
Attacked by COVID-19, Marlies was forced to rest for 21 days. The outbreak of the Ontario formation was also the beginning of the turbulence in the rocket schedule.
The Mali team returned to action on Saturday, playing the first game of a bilateral match with Senator Belleville and suffered a five-game losing streak before arriving in Montreal. Their final victory can be traced back to March 31.
The Rockets will now host the Senate on Friday and then end the season in a five-game losing streak with Maris.