Kadri and Colborne with the big three assists each after seven games, Kadri minus 2, Colborne plus 2, really isn't cutting it. Neither is making a particularly strong case for themselves. Gardiner is showing he's too good for the AHL, these two still look inconsistent, which is a bit concerning. Particularly Kadri, he should be ripping this league apart, and yet we're left with "ya but he's creating tons of chances". Just score already, where is the urgency in his game?
Ive never been much of a colborne believer but kadri has been disappointing me these past few games.
Is there something physically wrong with Kadri?
He looked like a boy playing against men behind the Heat net. One play late in the game there was a scrum in the Heat corner and the Heat player just put his stick on the puck, looked up the ice and skated away like there wasn't anyone there. I shook my head it was comical.
Several times they just took the puck away from him like it was nothing.
Kadri had surgery right? Did he rehab? In open ice he looked fine, but in traffic not so much.
Maybe I'm just underrating the Heat defense? I don't think they've lost in regulation, maybe they're just a good team.
He was the Leafs' leading scorer in the 1963–64, 1966–67 and 1969–70 seasons, and the team's top goal scorer in 1970–71 and 1972–73. Keon was considered one of the fastest skaters in the NHL, and one of the best defensive forwards of his era. He would usually play against the opposing team's top centre, and developed a reputation for neutralizing some of the league's top scorers. In 1970–71, he scored eight shorthanded goals, setting an NHL record.