While many in the world have qualified for the Carey Prize as the best goalkeeper in the world over the past few days, Cedric Pocket believes the title will go to Andrei Vasilevsky.
In an interview with Jean-Charles Lazoi on Thursday, Hurricanes praised his former teammate.
“He’s in his bubble right now and nothing is bothering him. We are constantly in front of the net and he does not need to move. When he moves, he’s the most athletic man I have ever seen in my life. He’s really the best goalkeeper in the world. We have to find a way. “
Hurricanes appear in hot water, trailing 2-0 in the Lightning series. The former Armada, however, said his team was playing the right way and that victories could come soon.
“The series could be 1-1 or 2-0 for us. The matches are very close. We deserve good luck. The next game is very important. We can not bear to lose. We are going there with the right mentality and we hope to reach a favorable height. Everything can happen. What can we do for us? We know and we have faith in ourselves. ”
Anyone who has won the Stanley Cup with lightning has admitted that he did not enjoy the feeling of facing his former team.
“It’s funny and it’s weird. I do not know if I like it or not. I thought I would like it, but in the end I did not like it so much. I’m on another team right now and I’ve turned the page. It’s like going back to Tampa. Memories come back. But now I’m going forward and giving my all for hurricanes. “
Quebecker praised the merits of his head coach Rod Brind’Amour, who made no effort to motivate his team.
“Everything he does is really serious. He’s almost out of breath when he makes speeches, but they ‘re still good. The boys want to play for him. He’s a good guy and a very good coach.”
Watch the interview in the video above.