Will we see the real Jonathan Drouin reborn when the Canadiens resume action in September? I believe that, and I want it for the organization and for Joe, now that his problems with both wrists are well healed.
Already in daily training, he is working hard. And must add that his life has changed since 6 months. He became the father of Jacob, a very young man, whom he fondly described as a light and charming baby.
It was so beautiful to hear and see in his eyes. He looks relaxed, calm and determined.
It hasn’t been easy for Jonathan Drouin since moving from Tampa Bay to Montreal. He is well aware that the organization gave a lot (Mikhail Sergachev) to get it and at 27 years old, it is time for his talent to emerge.
There are many who already see him evolving elsewhere, but it costs nothing to wait a little longer and give him one last chance.
It is possible
There are these talents, these skills. The vision of the game, the hands, the speed are undeniable and all that remains is to put it all together under the sign of determination, courage, so that from here on a man shines in the Canadian.
Despite all the past troubles, Jonathan wants to play for Montreal. He gets involved and doesn’t want anything good. Each year, he donates $50,000 to the Fondation du CHUM, in addition to sponsoring a spectacular golf tournament for the same cause. A kind and pleasant person with supporters.
Come, Jonathan, open the gates. Jacob rejoices.
From the enclave
- I’m not surprised that such a qualified hockey teacher found a new job so quickly. Sylvain Lefebvre Will be an assistant to Paul Morris with the Florida Panthers. Good luck, Sly!