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Joel Jeremiah: 'It's a ghost'

Joel Jeremiah: ‘It’s a ghost’

While all Montreal Canadiens fans only received a statement from Jeff Petrie on Wednesday, head coach Dominique Ducharme sent a full message to forward Joel Jeremiah.

In fact, during training, Jeremiah trained … as a defender. Here is a situation that surprised TVA Sports journalist Renaud Lavoie.

“When I see (Joel) Jeremiah training as a defender, I hope the people at home realize there’s a message being sent,” Lavoie said on Wednesday on the show. GC on TVA Sports.

«[…] I don’t think anyone in Montreal really reacted because everyone was so focused on one thing, Jeff Petrie said. If Dominique Ducharme, who is a huge fan of Joel Jeremiah, decides that he is no longer in his top 12 list, as well as playing as a defender, I hope you realize that is a fine message.”

Jeremiah, who has collected only five points, including a negligible goal, in 28 games this season, like all his teammates, has a season of misery in 2021-2022.

The Finn missed recent matches against the Blackhawks and Lightning, but Lavoie says that shouldn’t weigh in on the scale.

“They’ll tell us he’s injured and it’s not easy for Joel,” the journalist said. The song we heard. Canadians keep losing matches. A man like Armia, this season, has to be one of the players who sets the example, who is in control, who allows his team to be, at least, in games.

“It’s a ghost.”

See the video above.

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