In the jungle of Montreal media, Michel Bergeron was the first player to praise the arrival of Jonathan Drouin, one of its biggest defenders.
According to the former Quebec Nordiques lecturer, he has suffered a lot of criticism during his career, Drouin has trouble with his critics, and the critics do not hesitate to talk to him about his statistics or his shortage.
“We saw him recently. When he was interviewed after the game, he was talking about the entire team. Reporters always return to his offensive contribution because he is the highest paid player (CH).
“But Jonathan, he knows he just scored two goals in 44 games.”
Former goalkeeper Eric Fichaud ended his career in organizing the Canadians. He said that he understands the pressure that French speakers must face.
“This kind of pressure is not a cliché, it’s reality, and it’s always there. The fact that there are not many Quebecers. He said that once, when twelve people in the locker room were experiencing the same thing, dealing with and talking about it might be It’s easier, especially when it comes to talented players.
“One thing is certain, it is part of being a professional in the organization. When you are from Quebec, you will live here in the summer. You can never really get out of trouble.”
When Patrick Lalime encountered difficulties with the Ottawa Senator from 2003 to 2004, the former goalkeeper admitted that the situation had shaken him.
“My last appearance was really bad. Since then, I have experienced a series of incomprehension events in my mind. I think I did something wrong. It took me a while to overcome it.
“I was traded to St. Louis Blues.”