To hear him repeat the word multiple times at a press conference on Monday, one must believe that Montreal Canadian general manager Marc Bergevin is “satisfied” with the training he will receive until “the end of the year.” The 2020-2021 election campaign.
Bergevin said: “It is certain that we can do something, but I am not willing to sacrifice our young players in the short term.”
The director general of CH made a deal on the last day to participate in the national league. He was backed by Erik Gustafsson, a defensive member of the Philadelphia Flyers. The day before, he took back Jon Merrill from the Detroit Red Wings.
When asked if he wanted to prepare a backup for his offense, the 55-year-old said he threw a few ropes into the water.
“I talked to all teams with vacant players. Some players were rated as “available” by the media, while others were not. The prices were high.”
When Bergvin was asked to analyze his club’s performance this season, he reiterated that he was satisfied with the players in his locker room, but they lacked stability.
He said: “The stripes of this team are very good, while the results of other teams are not so good, which makes us a medium-sized team.”
“I believe that if we can be more consistent in performance, then we can stand on the safe side. The answer is in the locker room with our players. I think we are very distinctive.”
“We are not consistent, and I hope to have more performance at the end of the season. “We need to maintain a higher level of consistency in the game,” the CEO said.
On the other hand, Bergvin’s plans for Cole Caulfield are still vague, and Cole Caulfield made a very professional debut with the Laval Rockets this weekend. The leader does not want to say when or even if he will eventually recall the Habs.
But he clarified that Brendan Gallagher should not be seen again before the playoffs. The attacker suffered a one-inch fracture.
He confirmed to Jean-Charles Lajoie: “I can’t discuss with players from other camps, but I can tell you that I talked to all teams with vacant players.”