Cayden Primeau is ready to break up a slightly ugly reputation that he has had since his arrival in the profession, which is his “mental.”. Often, after a bad performance, Keith’s son would experience a mental breakdown and have a lot of trouble before fully recovering.
So it’s clear that after a terrible performance on the glove side against the Florida Panthers on November 30, that anxiety level is at its peak.
The cerberus wearing the number 30 finally told us to put it on the teeth with a ton of skill against the Buffalo Sabres, making no fewer than 46 saves in a 3-2 shootout victory.
Apparently, during the post-match interviews, Martin St-Louis was full of praise for his 24-year-old masked man, even indicating that Primeau went “more” than expected.
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“He didn’t just bounce back, I would say this performance made him better (not a bounce back, a bounce forward). He is more than where he was before his bad game. It was a game that took place in the trenches. It’s a serial feeling. It was a big game for Primeau and our penalty kill worked well, then we found a way to get the 2 points. “
So Primeau has exceeded expectations by taking a big step forward in terms of its material. Before his game against the Panthers, he was generally in a good place mentally, and with what he delivered on Saturday night, he just reached another parameter.
Pis, the message from St. means a lot to me. If Kent Hughes gave his vote of confidence to Samuel Montembeault by extending his stay in Montreal, St-Louis recently did the same with his detailed talk about Cayden Primeau.
From there, Hughes must target Jake Allen by trying to send him to a new destination in an attempt to stop it. damn menage a trois (even if Allen likes it).
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