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The missile was stopped despite the presence of Cole Caufield and Matthias Norlender

The missile was stopped despite the presence of Cole Caufield and Matthias Norlender

The night Cole Caufield played his first game for the Rocket this season. The young defector, who was brought back to the AHL to help him regain his confidence, was also front row to tackle the Syracuse Crunch (Lightning) crisis.

Matthias Norländer was also in play, playing his first professional game in North America (excluding pre-season games, of course).

After colliding with Xavier Ouellet from his first existence (we attribute that to nerves), Caufield settled into the match and started to feel better.

Unfortunately for him, it was a difficult evening for his team. After watching Crunch score a powerful goal in the first period, Kayden Primo had a superb save to keep him from one goal down.

However, Primo is invincible, and in the second period, Daniel Walcott took off his entire pants to double his team’s lead. A goal in which Charles Huddon was also a partner.

After another Crunch goal, Caufield had two good chances to score in the same streak. The little maverick, pushed by a gentle pass from Ryan Bowling, fired two good shots, but Amir Mokhthouf didn’t give up.

A scared wall did not give way during the entire match. Gabriel Dumont completed the score for Syracuse at the end of the third game in a forgotten match for Jean-Francois Houle’s men.

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The final grade : 4-0 Syracuse

Caufield, Norlinder and Rocket will have a chance to recover tomorrow when they face the Utica Comets.


Jean-Francois Hoully had good words for Coffield’s work tonight, but admitted it was even more difficult for Norlender, who is trying to find the rhythm after a few weeks of absence.

– This is what Anthony Marcotte, covering the activities of the Rocket, noticed in the two young men.

I would also like to stress the fact that Trois-Rivières Lions won their first home game of the season. We were treated to a game full of twists and turns that ended in penalties. In the end, Eric Belanger’s men won 4-3.

And he deserved an ice ride without a jersey for the first star of the game, Justin Ducharme!