October 17, 2021

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“This is the grief I have to do” – Alexander Alain

"This is the grief I have to do" - Alexander Alain

Alexander Alain made a big decision and ended it in 2020: he ended his contract with CH to continue his studies.

“It’s a hobby I’ve had for 20 years of my life, so it’s not easy to put it aside and it’s sad that I have to do it,” Alain declared to our coworker. Stefan Turcotte. Watch the full report in the video above.

The striker, who went on a season before becoming a free agent with compensation, admitted to having weight on the pandemic balance.

“I reflected more on my future as a hockey player and it allowed me to see that he had other things in life that I loved. Hockey was a way that was less relevant to me for a while.”

«[Joel Bouchard] Respect me for that. He also respects me as a person. I am not a classic hockey player. I went to school even though I played for the pros.

“I experienced this disease in 2013 when I had a tumor on my back. I understand that you do not have to wait to be as happy as possible, ”Quebecker concluded.

Alain has scored 19 goals and 52 points in 132 games over the last two seasons with Laval Rocket in the American League. He previously wore the Gatino Olympics and the Blaineville-Boisbriand Armada colors between 2013 and 2018 in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.