Former Nashville Predator, J.P. Dumont, has found no team to play on this 2011-2012 NHL Regular Season. So, Dumont has been playing at local rinks playing Adult Hockey. At one time, he was playing with Steve Sullivan of the Pittsburgh Penguins at a Adult Hockey Open Skate. Both men have a family living in Nashville.
The NHL had a lockout for the whole season in 2004-2005. So, to play hockey, J.P. Dumont played overseas in Switzerland with Bern in the Swiss-A League. Dumont did only play 3 games in the Regular Season, but played 10 games in the playoffs. Bern got him so they could win their championship, slick move Bern. In 3 games in the regular season, he tallied 2 goals, 2 assists, and 6 penalty minutes. In 10 games in the playoffs, he tallied 4 goals, 1 assist, and 14 penalty minutes. Dumont was productive in Bern.
While I was walking around this morning at 7:20 at A-Game Sportsplex, a good friend of J.P. Dumont was saying that a Switzerland team he played in during the lockout has been calling him and wanting him to play for them. So, here is how I am saying it.
Bern, in the Swiss-A League, has been calling J.P. Dumont to play hockey for them this season.
I want your opinion on it…..
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