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“Since we let him go, it’s a pity.”

The Golden Knights present a strange case in the middle of the season. Second in the Pacific Division with 58 points—the same total as the Kraken’s lead in Seattle with a game in hand—playing just for . 500 at home with a 13-13-0 record.

Thus, the opposing arena has had the most success since the beginning of the campaign. While the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames are hot on their heels, the Golden Knights Just suffered three consecutive losses.

Watch the interview with Jonathan Marchesault in the video above.

According to striker Jonathan Marchesault, there is a factor that explains this drop in speed.

“The trend is like last year. We’ve got a lot of injuries right now. We couldn’t get a full workout,” he said sorry to “JiC,” Friday night, on TVA Sports. We don’t lose one or two, we always miss six or seven!

“It hurts us right now, but you have to be able to survive and stay in the playoff picture.”

The Golden Knights miss Perun

On Thursday night, the Detroit Red Wings handed the Golden Knights their final loss. A former Knights color bearer plays there and had a stellar season with 14 goals and 30 points.

According to Marchessault, Vegas’ David Perron has been missing since the organization lost its free agency services in 2018.

“Since the Golden Knights let him go, this is something we regret. He is an excellent guy every year and finds a way to produce.

Pacioretty “a lot of bad luck”

Speaking of injuries and former teammates, Marchessault didn’t like seeing his friend Max Pacioretty sprawled out on the ice Thursday in Minnesota. #67 suffered an Achilles tendon injury and will be sidelined indefinitely.

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“It’s terrible to see, falling down. I’m looking at the pictures… You don’t wish anyone bad luck.”

“Mentally, it’s heavy. I’ve missed five or six games this year and it took two or three weeks for me to get back playing.

Marchessault also wanted to praise an athlete who works hard at his game.

“I know not everyone in Montreal liked him, but I’ve seen him here and he’s someone who always wants to be better. He makes the effort day in and day out.”