Patrick Lane and Jack Roslovic, fans of the world’s best hockey leagues, had the opportunity to see a new boss in Jersey after a big deal. Pierre-Luke Dubois is still waiting for his debut, but he should see it soon.
Striker Pierre-Luke Dubois said the rules regarding the corona virus were strict.
Canadian law mandates 14 days of isolation when crossing the border between Canada and the United States. As soon as he arrived from Columbus, Dubois went into solitude and left for two weeks.
“I’m trying to be confident. I think it’s going to be good in the snow. It’s not a summer when you start again, without you exercising for two to three weeks. The young striker told the official website of the National Hockey League.
The 22-year-old Canadian noted that he already has some starts for his arrival this year. In the colors of Columbus, he scored a goal in five duels, and in one performance he sat on the bench for most of the match when coach Tordorella did not use it due to his relaxed approach.
But the work he has done overall in Ohio is a thing of the past, and DuPont is now looking forward to a new chapter in Winnipeg. Although he has not had the opportunity to meet the team live, he is still only gaining good experience in the Jets system.
The Jets, originally from Quebec, built a house where he and his two dogs spend time in isolation. He is slowly joining the team only through online video conferencing. He gets supplies and an exercise program from the team.
“I think they do a good job. They call me, watch videos or send clips. Before matches, they call me to see these things or what the team is doing,” he explains in his contacts with management.
The time of loneliness is coming to an end, and Dupois should soon be out of the corona virus protocol and ready to climb. He is expected to join the Winnipeg team on Wednesday in the ice of the Jets Calgary Flames. The match will start at 04:00 Central European time.
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