In a fierce matchup, Chicoutimi Saguenéens escaped the third quarter and lost 5-2 to Sherbrooke Phoenix at the Palais des Sport Léopold-Drolet on Monday night. .
However, the Saxophone team had a good start. In the first 20 minutes, no team can break through the opposing defender, but Hlavaj must show resilience in front of the net at the start of the mid-term. After the Saguenen spent a lot of time in the penalized enemy zone, Hendrix Lapierre broke the deadlock.
“We went through two periods and it became where we wanted. “They fight every night. They stay in the game and try to take advantage of their opportunities,” the Bruetz pilot told his troops.
Jean’s soldiers were unable to maintain cruising speed during the third stage. Just 17 seconds later, Justin Gill equalized with an amazing Shank. Phoenix scored again in less than three minutes, instead of one or two, but three goals, turning the situation around.
The tenacious sag replied, but Charles Trambley’s goal nailed the result of the game. Yanick Jean’s performance group had a short fuse, which made the latter dissatisfied.
“We made some frustrating gestures and imposed very bad penalties on our players after the whistle, pushing a player towards the opposing goalkeeper. For me, this is helpless, there is no place, this is also Not the way we move forward in the playoffs.”
The Saguenéens pilot insisted that his team is facing adversity and that they must unite to rebound.
“We must check our conscience. When you make a mistake, you can’t react in frustration and give up. Jane reiterated: “This is a game of mistakes. We made some mistakes, and we will make more mistakes. “