Michael Bournival has been following the Shawinigan Cataractes with interest since the start of the QMJHL playoffs.
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"It's amazing what they're doing," the former striker said of his former junior roster. The guys are really on a mission.
“You can see that they really have a lot of character. I know their season has been turned upside down by injuries. They never had their full roster during the regular season.
“To be able to win six games in overtime in the playoffs is something. »
Are the 2022 edition of the Cataractes better than the one that won the Memorial Cup in 2012?
"All teams are different," Bournival said. When I look at the current Cats offense, it's truly amazing.
“On Wednesday, I watched their power play. They were able to stay in the opposing zone for the two minutes. They are so talented.
"I wish them so much to win the President's Cup. The Cataracts have been waiting for this moment for a long time. These are years of work.
“Each year, general manager Martin Mondou tries to put the best team on the ice. I also wish it for the supporters.
“I saw the trumpets and the flutes on TV. It brought back good memories for me. »