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03-10-2013, 12:20 PM
Mad Habber
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Originally Posted by Guilliam View Post
It is to be expected, the shooting lanes disppear quicker in the NHL than in the A. I remember one shift where he took a shot that seemed precise but it went right on the shinpads of the forward in front of him, Later in the same shift he had another shot but then realized that it was gonna get blocked so he shot it wide in the corner.

Eventually the game will slow down for him. At least he showed on the same shift that he learns from his mistakes.
I remember that. I also remember thinking, he's learning. How many young players would just shoot anyways and try to get the puck through the opposing player. THis guy has what, 22 pro games at the AHL level + 1 morning skate with his teamates. Not even a practice with JJ Daigneault to instruct him. He needs a little time. I don't think he got back on the ice last night after we made it 3-2. Which is fine, we needed that tying goal.

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