Elias Pettersson had points against the St. Louis Blues and scored five points in Vancouver's 6-1 victory.
It was the Blues eighth loss out of the eleven last matches and on Monday tracked it out at the team's training.
Two of the players smoke together and started to fight with each other.
the St. Louis Blues start to the season has been anything but successful. 18 games into the season kicked coach Mike Yeo, and after it has gone even worse.
Maybe it was yesterday's 1-6 loss at home against the Vancouver Canucks, who also have a nightmare month behind them, the last straw that got the cup to overflow for two of the Blues players.
”It is unacceptable”
Succérookien Elias Pettersson stood for the entire five (!) points and averages Vladimir Tarasenko felt compelled to ask supportarna apologize afterwards.
" I apologize to all the fans. We can't play like this at home. It is unacceptable. I do not know how to solve it, we're working on it but it does not work right now, " said Tarasenko, according to the St. Louis Game Time.
the Fights on the training
During today's training reached the chaos of the club to new heights.
Then began lagkamraterna Robert Bortuzzo, 29, and Zach Sanford, 24, to fight with each other. The players dropped the gloves and, above all, Sanford received a couple of hearty fist to the head.
During the evening also came the news that goalie Chad Johnson, who had to jump in to Vancouver and let in three goals, has been set up on waivers. The club has instead called up Jordan Binnington from the AHL.