As a goalkeeper, Robin Lehner is accustomed to firing at him, but on Saturday night, he was the only one unloading, as the Golden Knights goalkeeper accused flyers coach Allen Vingolt of … well, it’s not entirely clear, but the effect was drugs on the strong players.
A Three tweet threads, Lehner asked, “Is it common for employees to be given benzodiazepines while traveling and serving in the workplace?” Shouldn’t it be done by a doctor or psychiatrist? Lehner said it’s not about his current team in Vegas, but “I know a lot of other teams. I was in that team? ”
Lehner added that the Flyers have a “dinosaur coach that is not a robot with humans,” and called for Vignette to be fired, saying, “I’ve got evidence .. try to get out of this …”
Vignelt has never coached any of Lehner’s teams, but obviously the longtime NHL coach and a goalkeeper who has been in the league since 2010 has a lot in common with Nolan Patrick, the new center of the Golden Knights.No. 1 pick of the flyers. It’s not clear which beef there is between Vingolt and Lehner, but this is the first time Netminder has made it clear that he doesn’t think too much of the Philadelphia coach. In August, Lehner blames Vignette To stunt the development of flyers goalkeeper Carter Hart.
What is clear is that Lehner has That was enough Which he sees as bad treatment of hockey players, doing everything to keep them on ice at the expense of long-term health. In particular, Leffer has tweeted a lot about Jack Eiselle in recent days, snatching the captaincy of the Buffalo Sabers, who don’t want to get him. Artificial disc replacement surgery.
Lehner, a two-time Jennings Trophy winner and 2019 Masterton Trophy winner after returning from rehabilitation, Opened About his struggle with addiction. He also received some backups from prominent agents on Saturday night Alan Walsh, Most known in Lehner’s career when he did a tweet Picture of his client, Mark-Andre Fleury, with a sword on his back after suppressing Fleury as Lehner’s Golden Nights starter. Former NHL enforcer Daniel Carcillo also sounded the alarm for hockey, as he did in another one over the years. Twitter thread.
Obviously, this is bigger than just those involved, and any light that can shine on the hockey issue with painkillers and other substances is a good and welcome thing. The game has already lost a lot of men, very young, especially significantly Derek Bugard Because of an accidental mix of painkillers and alcohol in 2011, but also others who became addicted to their playing days when they dedicated their bodies to the game.