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"I still have chills"

“I still have chills”

Philadelphia Flyers assistant coach Michael Terrain sat in the front row Tuesday night for a special moment in the game against the Calgary Flames.

Orange striker Kevin Hayes scored in his second match of the season, in the second half. immediately after its completion, Hayes pointed to the sky to dedicate his goal to his brother Jimmy, who passed away a few months ago.

“You talk about it and I see the pictures at the same time, I still have chills,” Therrien confirmed, Wednesday, during the show. GC on TVA Sports. For those who know Kevin Hayes, he is a highly regarded player in the National League who is an exceptional teammate.

“He has had a lot of ordeals since the start of the season, having had two abdominal surgeries. This was only his second game. […] As soon as he scored a goal we saw that he pointed to the sky towards his brother. So these are really touching times and well deserved for Kevin and his family.”

Hayes scored his first goal of the season, with the help of Rasmus Restollinen.

Gallagher takes it very seriously.

On another note, Therrien also commented on Brendan Gallagher’s gesture toward Barkley Goudreau on Tuesday in the game between the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers.

Having been his coach for a few seasons, Therrien is in a good position to talk about the young CH striker.

“Yes, it’s a gesture of frustration, but at the same time, you want your leaders to take it seriously,” Terrain explained. […] You can forgive these things sometimes, but it shows you that when such things happen, I’d rather catch a horse than push like an old woman. Pickwell In Old Montreal. You are likely to take first place at this time.

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Brendan Gallagher takes his team’s success very seriously and he showed it yesterday. […] I do not think that Fitness Trainer He will say a lot.

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