A player from the Jackets has just been severely punished for imitating Drouin

Published April 1, 2023 at 9:28 PM
There's no need to remind you too much of this story, you know it well, but earlier this month, Montreal Canadiens' Quebec-born forward Jonathan Drouin was suspended from practice by his head coach Martin St-Louis, in addition to sitting out an entire game on the bench, because he missed a team meeting.

Jonathan then explained that his alarm clock did not go off.

Today, the exact same thing happened with the Columbus Blue Jackets, as their organization announced that 23-year-old forward Trey Fix-Wolansky was demoted to the American Hockey League.

Why? Precisely because he missed a team meeting due to an alarm clock that did not go off, and he overslept. Fans are quick to make connections with Drouin's story, especially since the penalty imposed on Fix-Wolansky was much more drastic.

Fix-Wolansky, 23 years old, amassed a very solid 67 points in 53 games with the Cleveland Monsters in the American Hockey League

An important news for the Laval Rocket

This is indeed news that will have a direct impact on the Montreal Canadiens' farm team, the Laval Rocket, as they are in a fierce competition with the Cleveland Monsters to try to secure a spot in the AHL playoffs

Laval has 66 points in the standings while the Monsters have 65 points.

In addition, next Friday, the Rocket will face the Monsters.

Fix-Wolansky is easily their best player and has just been demoted to the AHL (with the Cleveland Monsters) because he missed a team meeting in the NHL

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A player from the Jackets has just been severely punished for imitating Drouin

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