Quebec Remparts won the playoffs by defeating Baie-Comeau Drakkar 5-2 at the Henry-Leonard Center Wednesday evening. At dawn, in an enviable position, ending the regular season in a protected environment chance.
As required by the pandemic, the position on the standings is determined by the percentage of success this season, because several teams have not participated in the same number of games.
On Wednesday, apart from the short turbulence at the end of the second period and the beginning of the next period, Remparts did not have too many problems and would not cause the ninth setback for the Baie-Comeau team.
“At 3-0, I wanted us to maintain the same intensity, but these are things that happen to young teams. We did some great things, but the only thing was that we could have competed better.” Our talents played an important role,” the Red Devils head coach and general manager analyzed.
“The players’ intentions are good, they want to get rid of it, but sometimes we don’t react well. It comes into play when we start to distribute the puck better and do simple things like well-performing teams. “We did not give up,” said Dakar pilot Jean-François Grégoire (Jean-François Grégoire).
Remparts will face Rimouski Océanic in their final seasonal outing on Thursday night. The victory of Shawinigan Falls plus two defeats will allow them to slip into the second echelon of the Eastern Conference. In his habit, Roy hardly cared about this problem.
“For us, the important thing is to do the season well, do the right thing on the ice, and prepare for the playoffs,” said a member of the Hall of Famer.
Kassim Gaudet was urgently recalled from Estacades de Trois-Rivières to make up for the loss of captain Thomas Caron.
It is often used in the center of the fourth unit. To say that this is his first official match since September:
“The coach told me to keep it simple and fun. It worked well! I was very happy when I heard my memories. The 17-year-old forward said: “I train very hard and hope to do it. “He was praised by the coach.