Last year, during the first year of his contract, everyone agrees that Brendan Gallagher did not deliver the goods. He looked really hurt all year.
And it’s not just a feeling. Speaking with TSN 690, Gally said his body let him down last year and that’s part of the reason for his poor performance over the season.
—Mitch Gallo (@MitchyGallo) June 21, 2022
Without falling into clichés, playing hockey a lot for a few years (on the bubble in Toronto, until July 2021) didn’t help him. He plays physical hockey and seems to need long summers to recover, which he hasn’t done in a long time.
It is a bit that explains why he is confident for next season. The CH could not finish before this year and will have many months to heal his wounds and catch his breath.
Right now, everything looks fine for Gallagher. With a new full-time coach and a new year, everything is always better and the promises interesting. But I can’t wait to see if he will truly be able to bounce back as he hopes.
Because if not, it will take a long time for him and for the fans.
He will need to be fit physically, but also mentally. After all, the boys will rely on him to get through the difficult season that still awaits CH.
And this, whether he is the captain or not.
– TSN 690 radio (@ TSN690) June 21, 2022
Also, during the interview, Gally was questioned about the title of captain. He was asked if he was ready to answer any questions on the subject when he is in Montreal. As a good leader, he said the team would be in good hands with the guy who gets nominated, regardless of who he is. He didn’t go too far on the subject.
I personally, as I have already written in another column, see Joel Edmundson, but Nick Suzuki could also be a good choice. I don’t think Gally is really running.
– Why not?
Dan Bylsma heads the Kraken school clubhttps: //t.co/VQz7Wefwgn
– RDS (@RDSca) June 21, 2022
– An inspiring journey.
Cale Makar could win Norris tonight. But before he started playing for AJHL, he was a stranger in the world of hockey.
That changed when he joined the @BrooksBandits. A look at his time there, which included meals on the subway, records stuck in the networks, and more: https://t.co/WkJ4tCCBVK
—Peter Baugh (@Peter_Baugh) June 21, 2022
– The Gronk retires in front of Tom Brady, then.
Breaking: Rob Gronkowski tells me he will retire.
The future Hall of Famer on the first ballot won four Super Bowls earning a spot on the NFL’s 100th anniversary squad and squad throughout the decades of 2010.
An all-time great officially hangs them up at 33.
—Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) June 21, 2022
– What are your predictions?
You #NHLAwards I’m tonight! We hear your final predictions for each major award. ⤵️
– Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) June 21, 2022
– Do you like?
Josh, Nick and Cole designed custom caps, to their liking. Coming soon, at the Tricolore Sport… 🧢
– Montreal Canadiens (@CanadiensMTL) June 21, 2022