Whale Goalie with Cam Talbot 16 saves on 20 shots... hmmm.
Nice to see the team coming around... Still not sold on the goaltending duo of Chad Johnson and Cam Talbot.
Nice to see the names of Grachev, MZA and Weise on the scoresheet again. Hoping to see one of them up to replace Callahan. Maybe give all of them a week with the big squad to get their feet wet(or in Grachev's case again) and see who forces the Rangers hand.
Three powerplay goals.Give him some slack. Talbot has looked good every time I've seen him. They can win with either goalie in net.
i didnt mean this game, but both goalies overall for the season... and i agree with you, Cam Talbot has looked every time i've seen him too... I'm sort of waiting/hoping that he takes the #1 spot from CJ.
Oshawa Generals fan here. Your 6th round pick in 2009 Daniel Maggio was just traded to the Generals and I was wondering what Hartford's D would be looking like next year. Basically, I trying to figure out if Maggio will be back to play his overage year in the OHL.
Also, any thoughts on Maggio's game would be greatly appreciated.
Edit: I see that he remains unsigned but I'd still like to know if signed where he fits.
Barabara Underhill, the Canadian skating coach, has been in Hartford three or four tiems working with small groups of players on techniques. Underhill has been credited with Brian Boyle's improved skating, but that's only part of the picture. ."He learned how to scrap, he took the whoile thing this summer, I don't want you think to thnik it was a magic bullet. He worked his butt off all summer to be a more complete player. He's become not a just a fourth line guy, now he's a goal scorer, he's on at important times."
Barb Underhill does it again!!! All Hail the Whale but hallow be Barb Underhill's name. She gets more credit than the new jersey in my book.
I hope they can bring her in to the Westchester facility. Check up on Boyle. Make sure he isn't slacking in technique. I'm sure there are adjustments every player could make to improve their stride, increase their speed, and skate more efficiently to save energy.