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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Ed <ed.matthews@gmail.com>: May 13 06:58PM -0700

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/subban-weber-trade-will-end-absolute-disaster-canadiens/
 
Peter Laviolette talks about how the Nashville Predators will deal with the physical play of the Anaheim Ducks and goes over why P.K. Subban is easy to coach.
 
 
Hear a coach say things about Subban that you've never heard before. (I feel like I'm selling a traveling circus sideshow)
Chuck <barberphoto411@gmail.com>: May 13 07:56PM -0700

On Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 9:58:01 PM UTC-4, Ed wrote:
> http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/subban-weber-trade-will-end-absolute-disaster-canadiens/
 
> Peter Laviolette talks about how the Nashville Predators will deal with the physical play of the Anaheim Ducks and goes over why P.K. Subban is easy to coach.
 
> Hear a coach say things about Subban that you've never heard before. (I feel like I'm selling a traveling circus sideshow)
 
Nashville sees a puck moving defence as a key to opening up the ice for their forwards. Nashville carries the puck into the offensive zone giving their forwards a chance to use their speed to get them selves open for passes that produce quality scoring chances. Sure there will be turnovers at the blue line once in awhile, but getting the puck to forwards in position to do something with it. While Montreal (MT) wanted pucks cleared into the zone, where the forwards would have to fight for it, and if they get it, then hope they can find someone open. With the defence hanging back, waiting for a counter attack, rather then to be active participants in the offensive zone (Equal strength). PK was traded because he would not embrace that system, without constantly questioning it
Jim Bauch <j.bauch@ca.rr.com>: May 13 12:48PM -0700

On Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 6:11:00 PM UTC-7, mike wrote:
> You deserve a Stanley Cup and I can't wait to see you with it in Montreal. Ram it down their fucking throats and don't feel one bit ashamed to do so.
 
Nice assist on the Game 1 OT winner....
 
Jim
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