"Lars Eller commence à perdre patience. Le Danois a fracassé son bâton dans le vestiaire après la partie d'hier. On peut le comprendre. Encore une fois, l'attaquant n'a presque pas joué. (à peine 6 minutes)."
It's basically telling us that Eller is getting frustrated and angry by the fact that he is being played for roughly 6 minutes a game.
I understand that all is well in Montreal with our current win streak, but come on the kid is bright and shows every time he gets on the ice that he's willing to give his all and make something happen. I can see him becoming a top6 player in the future and this treatment only seems to diminish his confidence.. I hope we somehow figure something out for the 4th line to become a producing/shutdown/checking line (this is a dream for any team) and start rolling 4 dangerous lines.
I'd like to really see more out of this kid and especially watch his development. I'd like to see him play in the AHL where he would get more minutes and help him refine his game better, but at the same time i'm a little skeptical since i wouldnt want to break the chemistry the team has develop and that has lead them to our success so far...
hockey30 is a ******** site. Chances are Eller took a slapshot, damaged his stick and finished it off by hitting the boards with it.
Originally Posted by hockey30
Enfin, le Canadien a envoyé une lettre à la LNH pour se plaindre du fait que Carey Price n'est pas inscrit sur le bulletin de votes du match des étoiles. Hockey30 est d'accord. Il est ridicule que le gardien le "plus hot" du moment n'ait pas la chance d'être sur l'alignement partant de cet évènement.