October 16, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Matthew Perrault looks back on the Evans-Schifle incident

Matthew Perrault looks back on the Evans-Schifle incident

Winnipeg Jets forward Mark Schiffel is a good man with no riots in life.

At least it was the opinion of his former teammate Matthew Peroilt that the Montreal Canadians followed his appointment and were kind enough to return to attack Sheffield at the expense of Jake Evans in the final moments of the first match of the series. Between CH and Jets, on June 2nd.

“It was very difficult, to be honest,” Perrault said when available to the media on Friday morning. I have been with Mark for seven years in Winnipeg, he is a very good man, a good man, a man who has no riots in life. To see such a gesture, it is really surprising. “

A big disappointment

The question of recalling the facts, the Jets spokesman Evans‌ was badly damaged, but 57 seconds had elapsed in the third period and CH’s player won by just 5 to 3 people empty space. Sheefele then received a four-game suspension that would result in losing the first part of next season due to a sweep by the Jets.

“It’s part of the emotions of the playoffs, but you hate something like that happening,” Perrault added. In the end, we lost the mark for the series. It hurt us badly. Losing him was frustrating on our part. We understand that Mark wants to be the best for the team. It was a really boring incident.