The Rocket will play Game 7 on Wednesday evening in Springfield

missile (2-3) was facing elimination last night in Springfield. JF Houle’s men definitely had to win to force them to hold a seventh final tomorrow (again at Springfield). Otherwise, is Vacation time Which had an echo on the bus taking them back to Laval last night.

The first mission accomplished, the missile defeated Thunderbirds 5-1.

Danic Martel (two goals and one assist) was the best of his team, scoring the first goal of the match at the start of the match. secondly. Brandon Gignac (One Target and One Assist) is the only other Rocket player to score 2 or more points.

Kayden Primo was amazing again, stopping 30 of the 31 shots aimed at him. Since he took charge from Kevin Boleyn at the start of qualifying, Primo has been nearly intractable.

Martel and Primeau, respectively, have been named the game’s first and second star.

Thus, tomorrow’s seventh match will be played away from Laval, and even if his teammates start to show some signs of fatigue (physical and mental), Kayden Primo does not intend to. escape from it Tomorrow evening.

Does the Rocket have a real chance of winning their second straight game away from the North Montreal crown? If Thunderbirds aren’t ready to run by tomorrow night, the answer is of course yes. The T Birds He hasn’t scored a single goal on 29 occasions with a man advantage (or two). Can the missile kill go on for another 60 minutes? Will Laval’s team be more disciplined?

Since we’re talking about Rocket and Thunderbirds, know that…

1. Jesse Yellonen was badly beaten last night. He was shaken, couldn’t finish the match, he’s going to meet the team’s doctors today, and JF Holly doesn’t expect to see Leonen in uniform tomorrow night. Will Joshua Roy get another chance?

2. The feed The ones I used RDS last night were again the ones provided by AAA. picture a little qualitycompressed, jumps when the photographer moves from left to right, never happens Thrilling on me Television 75 inches. I wonder if last night’s ratings were as good as These are from weekend the last.

Currently, Rocket is taking the place the Canadian left him by finishing last and that CF Montreal is unclaiming during the FIFA international break.

3. It was not truly not much fans More in Springfield than at Place Bell during the Rocket Games. Only 6,533 people were present at Joint Comprehensive Center last night.

4. Rocket is a club that, although there is no Young future starsHe refuses to give up and will fight to the end. Even when a team with more talent excels in the shots, the Rocket doesn’t flinch.

5. It’s still a shame that Justin Barron (injury) and Jordan Harris (regulatory) did not participate in this MLS series.

6. Will William Trudeau wow Xavier Simoneau Will Join Rocket If He Participates In The Grand Final?

7. It remains unclear who will face Joel Hoover or Charlie Lindgren’s Rocket tomorrow night. Lindgren’s role (spin) would be theoretical, but Hoover has much better trajectories. we will see.

8. At Rocket – and especially the Canadiens and their supporters – we have to be patient with Cayden Primeau…even if he’s had a great few weeks of MLS hockey.

9. Two fire alarms sounded at the Rocket Hotel yesterday. One around 7:30 AM and the other around 11:30 PM. There was also an alarm on the morning of June 4 or 5, at the start of qualifying. Coincidence? Coincidence? I do not believe.

Note that some Thunderbirds players who are not in Springfield stay at the same hotel. James Neal, in particular. Let’s call him a side victim…

10. Tomorrow night’s Ultimate Match winner will face the Series winner between Stockton Heat and Chicago Wolves in the Calder Cup Grand Final. The Wolves have won the first three games of the series, but the Heat have just won the last two. Upcoming matches: Tonight and maybe tomorrow in Chicago.

Many of

– Kaiden Guhle hasn’t lost a single streak since joining Carpentry.

Other Scouts are talking about Shane Wright and some other possibilities.

The Oilers and Jay Woodcroft haven’t negotiated yet.

Will a beer and beer be released in his name to persuade Barry Trotz to return to Winnipeg, eh eh?

Speaking of beer, a few Windsor Spitfires fans got inspired last night.

A stunning victory (and revenge) for Canada’s U-18 women’s team.

– What a bad week for Canadian football.



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