Michael McNiveen has a lot on his heart.
The Laval Rocket goalkeeper was severely criticized for his treatment in an interview with members of the media on Tuesday.
McNeewen has had two starts this season, with a 4-0 win over his own, including a 29-save shutout against the Providence Bruins last Saturday.
But much can be said about his first game of the season – which he lost 5-2 to the Belleville Senators on October 16 – he has a lot to say.
McNiveen blamed the team for leaving the racket in the game and letting him know he wanted to go out.
“I was asked to leave the game after the first goal, but they kept me. I could not move forward,” said Anthony Marcot, a 24-year-old goalkeeper from 91.9 Sports.
Two more goals were scored before his wish was finally granted at the expense of McNiven.
McNeewen, who claims to have a real opportunity to perform, is unlikely to improve on her through her performance. He noted that the number one position has already been guaranteed for the young Caden Primau, who has been identified as the future guardian of the company.
Rocket’s head coach Jean-Franకోois Howell’s management is a very sensitive situation.