Bobby Ryan has just seen red

Bobby Ryan a juste vu rouge

A dozen hours later, the fight that Bobby Ryan has delivered against his former teammate Kyle Turris continued to talk to the Centre, Canadian Tire, even more than the celebration of Thomas Chabot after his spectacular winning goal in overtime against the Predators in Nashville.

Of course, in the wake of the trade of Turris in the deal that brought Matt Duchene with the Ottawa Senators last year, before the locker room becomes “broken” according to the gm Pierre Dorion, the followers of the conspiracy theories saw it as a settlement of accounts.

Turris has refused to speak about the incident after the game Monday, saying just that ” that’s it “. For its part, the american striker who had not dropped the gloves since the training camp of September 2016, while Patrick Sieloff had hit Clarke MacArthur – a move that led to the end of his career – has agreed to return to the facts after the workout of his own on Tuesday. He assured that there was not a second thought to his decision to take on a former teammate with whom he maintained a relationship ” cordial “.

“He gave me a bonkers on one hand. I pushed it, he pushed me to turn, it has degenerated into a battle. There is nothing more to it than that, honestly, he started by tell. This is a first for me [a fight against a former team-mate], but it wasn’t weird. You forget that it is when you’re in the moment. “

Ryan has suffered injuries to the fingers nine times since the month of November 2014. Therefore, it has not appreciated to see the center of the Predators strike in this region after it has moved in the washer. But he was not surprised, he suggested.

“He gave me a bonkers on one hand. I pushed it, he pushed me to turn, it has degenerated into a battle. There is nothing more to it than that, honestly. ”


Bobby Ryan

“I didn’t like that I lash. He knows my history, it was here. It reached me in full on a finger, so I gave it a whack. He replied with a whack, we exchanged other flare-ups before it became more, continued Ryan. It was not a surprise… I had removed the washer, and Turry is always a guy who uses his stick. I don’t know if he was angry that I moved in the washer, I don’t know if he was referring to my hands. It took me off balance for a moment. “

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An advantage in size and weight, Ryan has largely had the advantage in the exchange. Once on the bench, the two players are exchanged other courtesies. “We wished ‘Merry Christmas’ and was asked how are the kids and the wife… No, it was just the continuation of the emotions of the battle, ” said Ryan.

The latter was playing its third game since he returned to the game after missing three because of a concussion. When he was asked if it was not ironic that he attempted to do justice to him-even in these conditions, and with his fists in addition, he retorted : “You forget. A few people told me about it and you forget it, you let yourself be carried away by the emotions of the moment. There is an adrenaline rush and I was not thinking about my hands or my concussion, that’s for sure. “

His teammates have loved to see him show so much emotion, and her coach Guy Boucher had no problem with that either.

“It happens far worse things between the brothers in the living room. I have much more fear for the month of February, I hope that the Stone and Tkachuk aren’t going to fight because the two mothers are going to want “, has blagué Boucher speaking of games against the Calgary Flames that will see Mark and Michael Stone as well as Brady and Matthew Tkachuk compete.

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Duchene is preparing his return to the game

Matt Duchene has made an appearance on stage with a group that has offered a performance during the country evening at the Centre Canadian Tire after the 4-3 Senators. Soon, he thinks he may end up at a place where it is still more comfortable on the ice.

The centre of the Senators has missed the last six games due to a pulled muscle in the groin suffered two weeks ago during a game against the canadiens, and he aims to regain his place on Friday when the club will visit the New Jersey Devils.

“It is still day-to-day for now. I hope to be able to play Friday, but we will see how the week will progress. It has been difficult to be discarded, I hate to be hurt, like all the other guys. You feel helpless to watch the matches, but the guys have done a good work during all these matches that I missed,” he said Tuesday during his first press conference since the injury.

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Duchene suggested that he had never suffered an injury of the kind. “It’s never happened to me to stretch out the groin and it is a little strange. Sometimes, there are mechanical things which don’t go with your body, which is not well aligned. We have good therapists who have solved these problems. It had the air not hurt worse at the beginning than it seems to have been in the end. Now, the most important thing is to maintain the things to be acquired, and that it is not declining. I hope that it’s going to be alright by Friday”, he added.

Duchene was thought to be likely to face Montreal Saturday and Nashville on Monday, but the Senators have decided to play it safe since they have three days without a game this week. Guy Boucher has suggested that if Duchene plays on Friday, it is that “playing two games in two nights will not be a problem,” he noted, referring to the visit of the Washington Capitals on Saturday, the last game before a Christmas break of five days.

Regarding his time on stage with the James Barker Band in one of the bars of the CTC after the game, Duchene has loved performing with his guitar, claiming that he was not very nervous, since it is not her first experience of the kind. “It was very fun. I love it, it is a rush from being on stage. I’m a big fan of country music, and I like to play with talented musicians like them. It was the first time I heard them in person and they are excellent. I don’t do that often, so it’s annoying a bit, as if I was playing a game of hockey per year. But I often play in the summer around a camp fire, my father and my grandmother are good musicians too, they are not afraid to go on stage and I have passed on this talent,” he told.

“It is still day-to-day for now. I hope to be able to play Friday, but we will see how the week will progress. It has been difficult to be discarded, I hate to be hurt, like all the other guys. You feel helpless to watch the matches, but the guys have done a good work during all these matches that I missed,” he said Tuesday during his first press conference since the injury.

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Duchene suggested that he had never suffered an injury of the kind. “It’s never happened to me to stretch out the groin and it is a little strange. Sometimes, there are mechanical things which don’t go with your body, which is not well aligned. We have good therapists who have solved these problems. It had the air not hurt worse at the beginning than it seems to have been in the end. Now, the most important thing is to maintain the things to be acquired, and that it is not declining. I hope that it’s going to be alright by Friday”, he added.

Duchene was thought to be likely to face Montreal Saturday and Nashville on Monday, but the Senators have decided to play it safe since they have three days without a game this week. Guy Boucher has suggested that if Duchene plays on Friday, it is that “playing two games in two nights will not be a problem,” he noted, referring to the visit of the Washington Capitals on Saturday, the last game before a Christmas break of five days.

Regarding his time on stage with the James Barker Band in one of the bars of the CTC after the game, Duchene has loved performing with his guitar, claiming that he was not very nervous, since it is not her first experience of the kind. “It was very fun. I love it, it is a rush from being on stage. I’m a big fan of country music, and I like to play with talented musicians like them. It was the first time I heard them in person and they are excellent. I don’t do that often, so it’s annoying a bit, as if I was playing a game of hockey per year. But I often play in the summer around a camp fire, my father and my grandmother are good musicians too, they are not afraid to go on stage and I have passed on this talent,” he told.

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