October 23, 2021

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Skyfile Violent Check on Evans: Young Hockey Players Moved in Sagune

Skyfile Violent Check on Evans: Young Hockey Players Moved in Sagune

Mark Schiffel’s shocking pictures of Canadian player Jake Evans have shocked many young hockey players.

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Midgate AAA Jonquier Elite hockey players in Sagune were hit at the end of the game on Wednesday night while listening to the game.

They agree that it is marked by images appearing on TVA Sports‌.

“I heard that and I was very angry. I saw that scene over and over again in my head,” striker Mathis Gagne told the Elites de Jonquier team.

For him, the gesture is clearly unacceptable and does not credit hockey.

“It makes sport, hockey, less beautiful with such gestures. I think it has no place in hockey, ”said his teammate Vincent Bowley.

“We want to see a clean game. We’d love it if he tried to block the target instead of knocking down Evans. It’s not really acceptable,” said Tommy Noran, another elite forward, still in shock.

For his character, their coach Arnaud Dubey believes that little hockey players from these films have one thing to remember: the importance of controlling one’s emotions and seeing how far the gesture of frustration leads.

For example, at Elites de Jonquier, young people regularly learn about the importance of controlling their emotions.

“When emotions take over and we get to the level of anger, on the ice, actions and decisions are not good … It’s a seasonal process and it’s very important to talk about it and talk about it throughout the year. Said.

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The players feel that the suspension imposed by the league on Mark Skyfile is in line with the adherence gesture.