Before the start of the series against Cataract, Patrick Roy was impressed to see his screams heard from the heart of the fans and the nearly 14,500 spectators in the stands at the VideoTron Center. Game of the season, last Wednesday.
However, team president Jacques Tangwe believes there is still work to be done to bring fans back on the field for good.
“I think people have a lot of respect for me, I have a lot of respect for them,” the general manager and coach pointed out-
Head of ramparts. I do not remember making such a request to supporters in the past. ⁇
Roy told a news conference that one of Rimport’s philosophies was to motivate fans to come and see what they were playing and what they could enjoy.
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Despite the excellent performance of the Doubles Rouge during the regular season, they topped the general rankings, with an average of 8,141 spectators at the VideoTron Center for the club’s four playoff games before Roy’s exit.
“I think our players deserve to come out in public and politely ask people to cheer them on,” Roy added. Remports have been a highlight in my life and I think it is still in the lives of young hockey players.
“The response from the public has warmed my heart and I’m proud to be our hockey town,” he added.
The pandemic was devastating
To illustrate the declining attendance, Mr. Tangwe did his part with two …