The standards (and expectations) are high and Jeff Petry is ready to embrace it all. pic.twitter.com/ASdN7UMkzK
– Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) September 27, 2022
When Jeff Petry left Montreal, things weren’t exactly rosy. After all, after many happy years, the marriage between Jeff Petry and the Canadiens went sour.
But now, this year, Petry and the Habs have to cohabit together again on a short-term basis because of… um… the kids who – okay, my marriage metaphor doesn’t hold water at this point.
Will that be the case again this year? I don’t think so.
Matheson – Savard
Guhle – Petry
Xhekaj – Harris
Extra : Kovacevic
Laval : Barron
Ballottage : Wideman
It may still be a little early to keep him in the Canadiens lineup. That said, as of today, he’s still here and he belongs on the 23-man roster.
He is, much to the chagrin of fans, since his comments about the “high expectations” of the Penguins, who missed the playoffs (in part) because of a loss to Chicago, are still stuck in the craw of many fans.
If Petry does return, he’ll owe fans an explanation, of course. That said, fans will have the right to accept or reject them. The customer is king, as they say.
– FX Bénard (@fxbenard919) October 17, 2022
After all, there’s a difference between booing an opponent and a player wearing the Flanelle colors.
It would be a mixed bag, in my view. And I don’t think the CH wants to go that far.
– Is he still here?
In the playoff race, that’s unacceptable. https://t.co/2TWLwGYlkH
– Passion MLB (@passion_mlb) August 10, 2023
– What will the Stars do?
– Is the patience of CH fans here to stay? [BPM Sports]
– Well said.
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