The attacker Winnipeg Jets Patrik Laine believes that he will probably have lost his touch during the resumption of the activities in the national hockey League (NHL).
“My level of play will possibly be terrible, because I have not skated the past two months,” said the Finn at a video conference held on Friday. It is always difficult to return after a long period in the past without slipping.”
The circuit Bettman has been forced to put its season 2019-2020 paused on the 12th of march last, by reason of a pandemic of sars coronavirus. Currently, the executive committee of the Association of NHL players vote on a recovery scenario with 24 teams in the playoffs.
Wool also believes that the players will need some sort of training camp, otherwise the game will be scrappy.
“If there’s a camp or something that looks like this, I think the race will be exciting, since everyone will be rested and healthy,” said Wool.
The athlete, 22-year-old was on the verge of the best season of his young career, he had amassed 28 goals and 35 assists for 63 points in 68 games.
“My game has improved greatly this year, has expressed Wool. This is the first time that I’ve got more assists that goal. A pity that it has been interrupted.”