July 6, 2022

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Congratulations, Jean-Sebastian Dee! | The Journal of Montreal

Congratulations, Jean-Sebastian Dee!  |  The Journal of Montreal

Jean-Sebastian Dee has been an American League player since his professional debut. In nine seasons, he has pocketed his equipment in seven American cities. He played 33 National League games with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the New Jersey Devils and the Buffalo Sabers.

At 28, his track record is comparable to that of Matthew Dorche, who is the same age. He is living his career to the fullest in the hope that one day the National League team will draw his number.

This season, the Canadian welcomed him into his company. His desire is to play with a big club.

Unfortunately, it did not work. However, by taking Laval’s direction, he finds himself in a city he knows as the back of his hand. He spent his childhood and the first years of his adolescence there before playing on the South Shores with the Charlez-Lemoine College Riverrines, also known as the Midget AAA League.

He then left for ABTB, where he played three seasons with Ruin-Noranda Huskies in the Quebec Major Junior League. It was then that small towns came into contact with American culture.

Good truth must be told

Yesterday, in Rocket’s end-of-season review, he came to tell us the truth he has lost over time in the Canadian universe.

It’s about the great representation of Quebec inside the rocket.

“The Canadian should take an example from that,” he said.

“With the Cubakers gang representing the Canadians, there was not an evening when the boys did not want to play with pride and dignity. ⁇

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Dee could not finish.

At the end, he said: “In the past, when they won [en parlant des joueurs du Canadien de cette époque], There are a lot of Quebeckers. Is it a coincidence? I do not think so ….