General Manager Takes Responsibility
General Manager Doug Armstrong expressed his personal responsibility for the current situation facing the Blues. In a recent statement, he acknowledged that it was not a great day, but emphasized that it is a new day and time to move forward.
Controversial Comment Sparks Outrage
The real controversy began when Kyrou was questioned about his relationship with former coach Berube. Kyrou’s response, “He’s not my coach anymore,” did not sit well with fans who admired Berube. This statement led to Kyrou being booed during a recent game, causing the young player to become emotional.
Apologies and Reflection
Kyrou later apologized for his emotional reaction and clarified the intentions behind his comment. He expressed his respect for Berube and the impact he had on the team, acknowledging that his words may have been misunderstood. Despite the challenging situation, Kyrou affirmed his love for playing in front of the fans and his commitment to helping the team succeed.
Blues’ Struggles Continue
The Blues’ recent performance has been underwhelming, ranking 26th in the NHL in goals per game and possessing the second-worst power play in the league. With Kyrou being a key contributor, his emotional state during the game further highlighted the team’s struggles.
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