The Inouk were faced with the mighty Cobras de Terrebonne on Sunday afternoon, but they are rather found at the forced rest. The authorities of the junior hockey League AAA du Québec have preferred to see all the matches of the day because of road conditions very difficult in several regions.
One would be tempted to say that this break comes at the right time for the Inouk, which have delivered performance mixed against three opponents in the top-5 last week. The head coach and general manager Patrice Bosch looks at things differently.
“I think losing 3-2 against Princeville and 4-3 in overtime against Longueuil, not to mention the fact to go to win in Saint-Jérôme on a week evening, it’s still very respectable. I believe that we live in the face of adversity, but I don’t see that as a bad sequence “, he pleaded on Sunday.
Despite numerous injuries and a schedule to be rather demanding, Bosch believes that the Inouk are ready to confront anyone. Including Cobras, who dominate the standings Laporte.
“I believe that you should be wary of all the teams this year. I think sincerely. Côte-du-Sud, Gatineau and Lac St-Louis win all of the big matches. “
As reported by The Voice of Is, a high level of frustration was felt in the locker room granbyen after the defeat against Longueuil Friday night. “I think we just look forward to having a team in health… “, replied Bosch.
The Inouk have the time to let it fall in the dust before a confrontation round-trip against the Braves de Valleyfield Thursday and Friday next.