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Ready to hit the puck “with his face” to win the Stanley Cup

Ready to hit the puck “with his face” to win the Stanley Cup

Arriving in the second half of the season with the Oilers, Vincent Descharne managed to find a favored spot within the formation. The great defender will now have the opportunity to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time.

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“The great Desharnais waited 10 years to live this moment,” assured Vincent Desharnais. “I’ll be ready. I can’t wait at Taparoit!”

This 6-foot-6-inch, 216-pound behemoth loves this time of year. He is not averse to scratching his ears against his opponents in the net.

“The league doesn’t matter [NCAA, BCHL ou Ligue américaine]My style of play fits well into the qualifiers. You have to be willing to make a lot of sacrifices.

“You have to be ready to win anything. I have that mentality. If he’s blocking the field with my face, I don’t mind. I don’t have a problem.”

“I will try to help my team achieve the ultimate goal.”

Quebec has become an indispensable player for the Oilers on the penalty kick. It is often used with Brett Kulak or Mattias Elkholm during these situations.

In 35 games, he caught five assists while posting a +15 rating. He did not hesitate to defend his colleagues on several occasions.

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Desharnais is also looking forward to welcoming his parents, who are expected to attend the first two games of the playoffs in Edmonton. Preparations are in full swing.

“As soon as we know the schedule for the first round, they will make arrangements to be present,” said a Laval resident. It will be a special moment for them.”

Diary for his memories

Since he began skating in the NHL, Desharnais has written his ups and downs in his diary. It is at this moment that he realizes his journey of the past few months.

He said, “I write every day.” I am aware of what he commanded. That’s what I wanted.

“I wanted to get here [à Edmonton] And don’t act like a newbie. I wanted to make an immediate impact and I wanted to prove I belonged here.

After his season, he intends to take some time off to rest, but also to evaluate with a clear head. We can expect the final chapter to be more than positive.