Keeping in touch with his players, the head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, Alain Vigneault says he is ready for the resumption of the activities of the national hockey League (NHL).
“I’m part of the optimistic, said the Quebecers, according to the daily, The Philadelphia Inquirer published Tuesday. I think we will resume the season at a given time. Even if it is later this summer, I’m prepared accordingly.”
In the meantime, Vigneault is back in Gatineau, where he grew up, during the crisis caused by the pandemic COVID-19. It complies with the instructions of containment and social distancing, reading, watching movies and training.
“This is bigger than hockey, and the sport. With the news changing every day, I’m just doing my part with social distancing, and I try to help the community.”
Under a harvest of 89 points, the Flyers were well installed in the second rank of the Metropolitan section of the NHL and had a cushion of nine points on the ninth place in the East at the time of interruption, on the 12th of march.