Montreal Canadiens forward Phillip Danault (Phillip Danault) did not want to reveal the details of his friend Jonathan Drouin. In a press conference held on Wednesday, he said that Quebec players are not developing in the Montreal market. It’s always so easy.
Habs’s 24th is clearly speaking on his behalf, not Drouin, but when his teammates must be absent indefinitely due to personal reasons, it is certainly not a coincidence to say what he said.
“Playing in Montreal has ups and downs, there is no middle,” Danault added. If the situation gets worse, it will be more difficult. As players, we have put a lot of pressure on ourselves. Montreal is magnified. Expectations follow. Sometimes we also treat it as an individual. We want to perform well and wear a vest proudly. This is the extra pressure we bear. “
“Sometimes, whether on ice or on ice, it becomes more and more difficult,” Dano continued. These are not things we must control. So this is tricky. “
Danault was obviously speaking on his own behalf, not on Drouin’s behalf, but when his teammates had to be absent indefinitely due to personal reasons, his remarks were undoubtedly accidental.
“Playing in Montreal has ups and downs,” Danault added. Everything is magnified. “
Danault realized that when victory was about to come, the situation in Montreal could also bring a positive and exciting situation to Quebecers.
Dano said: “I understand the expectations of Canadians.” He was referring to the club’s history of winning many Stanley Cups (24 times). With 31 teams now, it is difficult to win games or enter the top 10 every year. This is not an easy market, but I understand the enthusiasm of the fans. This is not an easy market, but there are also good aspects. “