Mark Dumont lost his job with the Montreal Canadiens

For two years, Canadians Mark Dumont worked. He was a content creator who (in particular) interviewed several people within the Canadian organization.

And if you say it in the past tense, it’s because Dumont lost his job. It was because of the “creative differences” that the Canadian chose to let him go during the day yesterday.

First, note that our thoughts are with him. Seeing someone lose their job is always very unfortunate for the person and their family, whether or not the dismissal was justified.

Note also, for those interested, that we can continue to follow him on his new site.

And since he was liked by the fans, I expect that he will be able to attract good followers through his site.

Note that Dumont has been employed by CH since July 2020. He was hired by CH after his four-year association with The Athletic in Montreal ended to cover the Canadian.

Being fired for “creative differences” is too broad. We don’t know the truth about losing his job, But when checking his Twitter accountObviously, we feel he’s injured.

But what we do know is that the manager in question was not appointed by the new management and it is not the fault of Chantal Matchabe (who was not in the same department as him) if he loses his job.

We don’t know exactly what all those rhymes are, but we have to wonder if it has something to do with Carey Price’s Bill Masterton story.

For those who don’t remember, Price won the Bill Masterton title despite the fact that only two Montreal journalists, Arbon Basso and Eric Engels, voted for CH goalkeeper.

No French-speaking journalist (Richard Lappé, Simon-Olivier Lorang, Marc-André Chaumont, François Gagnon, Guillaume LeFranço, Jonathan Bernier and Marc de Voy) voted for Price. Dumont said on Twitter that he was disappointed to see the lack of support for Price.

Last month, He himself said that some journalists tried to make him lose his job For saying he thought it was a shame Carey Price didn’t get more support than that from reporters here. And after two weeks and dust, he no longer has a job, forcing us to question ourselves on the matter.

Is this what happened? I do not know because I am not in the secret of the gods. Having said that, when I heard the news, it was the first thing I thought of.

But good. Like I said, let’s hope Mark Dumont gets back on his feet and takes the time to absorb the news.

Many of

The Flames will try to extend MacKenzie Weegar’s contract now.

– unbelievable.

– Things are bad with the Alouettes.

– That was expected.

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