Poor Parise. So hard to admit they just couldn't get it done. Heck, if you're a player with talent you'll improvise and play like your instincts tell you to. The man has such a low hockey IQ...
BB is absolutely right. Do they really need to practise 4 on 3 a lot like it's the key thing stopping them from winning more? Too bad BB didn't suggest they need to practise scoring 5 hole a lot more...
Straight from Russo's tweets...
Parise on 4-on-3: "It would be nice to get that one in overtime. 4-on-3 is tough, but it’s one of those we haven’t talked about a ton. It doesn’t happen too often, but I think it’s something maybe we need to look at a little more to find our options a little bit.”
Boudreau was asked about those comments...
"You have to practice everything, but there’s only so much time in a day,” Boudreau said in deliberate fashion. “What’s that
Yea...he tried to flip a puck into the offensive zone and charge after it and an official got in the way, jumped up and caught Staal in the head with his elbow. He seemed pretty miserable, you could even hear him moaning on TV to the trainers...then gingerly skated off the ice. I'd guess he tweaked his neck or a concussion or both. Either way, pretty unlucky.
Jim Montgomery doesn't really have any connection to the Wild or Chuck Fletcher as far as I know. But Fletcher has done plenty to make the Flyers...the Wild East.
Scout Ken Hoodikoff
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I don't think Wild fans hate Fletcher the way we do Paul Fenton. Fletcher swung and missed and probably shouldn'tve been swinging at what he was promped t