January 22, 2022

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Joel Armia: “He’s a Ghost”

Joel Armia: "He's a Ghost"

While all Montreal Canadians fans only had Jeff Petrie’s announcement on Wednesday, team head coach Dominique Ducham sent the whole message to forward Joel Army.

In fact, during training, he trained as an Army Defender. It raised eyebrows at TVA sports channel journalist Renaud Laoi.

“When I see (Joel) practicing as an Army defender, I hope people at home realize that the message is being sent,” Laoi said on the show on Wednesday. JiC In TVA Sports‌.

⁇[…] I do not think there is anyone in Montreal who has really responded because everyone is focused on one thing, Jeff Petrie said. Dominic Ducharm, a big fan of Joel Armia, I hope you have realized that this is a very important message if he decides that he is no longer in the top 12 and, in addition, that he is practicing as a defender.

The Army, like all its teammates, have a difficult season in 2021-2022, scoring just five points this season, including one small goal in 28 games.

Finn has lost recent games with the Blackhawks and Lightning, but Laoi says it should not be out of balance.

“They tell us he’s hurt and it’s not going to be easy for Joel,” the journalist said. Song, we heard. Canadians continue to lose games. A guy like Army, who ideally stands out this season, should be one of the players who will dominate and allow his team to at least stay in the game.

“He’s a ghost.”

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