Digest for alt.sports.hockey.nhl.mtl-canadiens@googlegroups.com - 3 updates in 2 topics

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Jim Bauch <j.bauch@ca.rr.com>: May 18 10:29AM -0700

On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 5:37:53 PM UTC-7, Mike wrote:
> > Worst choice of foxhole buddies.
 
> > Ed
 
> Damn - how'd I miss that?
 
Nice interview with Subban, with some implied criticism of the Foxhole:
 
http://www.tsn.ca/subban-preds-atmosphere-leads-to-success-1.755248
 
"It's the feeling, you know?" Subban told the Tennessean. "The chemistry our team has starts with, I believe, ownership and management. I believe that's where it starts. Based on the atmosphere you create around the work premises and work environment is how guys are going to feel when they come in to the rink. If you're going to treat guys in a way where they're going to love coming to the rink every day and love working hard and practicing and getting better, that's what's going to happen. If you don't create that environment, it makes things a little tougher.
 
"I think the Preds have done a great, great job of creating an atmosphere that makes guys want to play there, want to be there. And want to play long and into June and have an opportunity to win a Cup. Everybody loves it. I haven't heard one bad thing from a player in terms of the city of Nashville, the organization or our coaches."
Mike <mike@gmail.com>: May 18 02:47PM -0300

On 05/18/2017 02:29 PM, Jim Bauch wrote:
 
> http://www.tsn.ca/subban-preds-atmosphere-leads-to-success-1.755248
 
> "It's the feeling, you know?" Subban told the Tennessean. "The chemistry our team has starts with, I believe, ownership and management. I believe that's where it starts. Based on the atmosphere you create around the work premises and work environment is how guys are going to feel when they come in to the rink. If you're going to treat guys in a way where they're going to love coming to the rink every day and love working hard and practicing and getting better, that's what's going to happen. If you don't create that environment, it makes things a little tougher.
 
> "I think the Preds have done a great, great job of creating an atmosphere that makes guys want to play there, want to be there. And want to play long and into June and have an opportunity to win a Cup. Everybody loves it. I haven't heard one bad thing from a player in terms of the city of Nashville, the organization or our coaches."
 
God how I'd love for him to win the cup and then bring it back to the
Children's Hospital and then have a "charity event" in Montreal and
invite the foxhole gang. Take it to the Old Forum, invite fans out to
see the cup, get their picture with it, donate to charity, invite the
Foxhole Gang out to help raise funds for the kids - who is going to say
no to helping out "the poor kids".
Chuck <barberphoto411@gmail.com>: May 18 09:43AM -0700

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl-headed-for-record-number-of-one-goal-playoff-games-1.755359
 
 
Along with these games, are there any stats tracking the number of penalty free periods or offsetting penalty calls. Are man advantages headed for an all time low as well. If the games are close whistles are put away, if the game is out of reach, the rules are enforced again. Only exceptions being delay of game and too many men calls, penalties the Refs have no discretion.
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