After being excluded, the Jesperi Kotkaniemi clan requested a change of atmosphere

The more we shed light on what has happened in recent months between Gisbury Kotkanemi and the Canadians, the less surprised we are that the hurricanes put on a show hostile to the center of the Canadians and not to a Canadian.

why? Yes, for revenge (obviously), but also because the connection between the Canadian and Number 15 had water in the gas and Carolina took advantage of that.

In recent weeks, we have fully felt that the Canadian has a grudge against his work ethic and Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s stance. The young man had an attitude that he abused – this did not make the Canadian happy.

The following example is quite revealing.

In the playoffs, we’ll remember the youngster being disqualified by Dominique Ducharme in his last two games against Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final.

And he didn’t take it well. at what point?

To the point where he (or his representatives would have gone to see) Mark Bergiveen to tell him that KK’s Montreal trip was over.

That’s what Darren Dreger said this morning on Radio TSN 690 in Montreal.

I don’t know about you, but I quickly thought of Patrick Roy, who went to see his boss to tell him he played his last game in Montreal.

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This is undoubtedly an aspect that weighed in when it came time to let him go to Carolina a few weeks ago.

This may also explain why KK and Ducharme take so long for their end of season interview before meeting the media.

No, the player-team relationship was not healthy.

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– good news.

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