The Montreal Canadians announced on Wednesday that Quebec striker Jonathan Droin will be attending indefinitely.
In a brief message on his Twitter account, the club spoke of personal reasons for the situation. Also, the hockey player’s name was placed on a long-term injury list.
Canadian head coach Dominic Ducham said briefly about Drouin: “All he wants to do is look after his own business. We are with him, we support him, his teammates support him. We are a team and we are a team.” Watch his press briefing on the main video.
To avoid Ulation Haganah, it was made clear that his absence was not related to the addiction relief program.
“These are personal reasons,” Ducharm insisted.
“It’s a sensitive situation, I do not want to go into details, because his part is Philip Donald’s comment. This is his private life. I’m worried about” Joe “, he’s my” buddy “. . ”
Last week, the Blue-Blank-Rouge company revealed that Drouin was on the spot, without specifying the nature of the problem, due to diseases unrelated to COVID-19.
The 26-year-old has lost his last four games, including a three-game series on ice for the Calgary Flames.
In addition, his long absence will allow his training to keep Rookie Coalfield out of the big club, as he will be able to stay under the current salary cap in the National League.
For Droin, this is another tough campaign. After the 2019-2020 season, which limited him to the 2019 games with a wrist injury, Quebec has struggled to fill the opponent’s net since the start of the regular calendar. He scored 23 of 44 points, but scored just two goals, while maintaining a distinction of -8.
Also, the number 92 has been cleared in the last four games before his absence. We have to go back to February 23 to find a goal from the draw, so there is a shortage of 26 games.