“I think the game is fair. At the end of his second game under Canadian power, Dominic Ducharm suffered a 2-1 overtime defeat at the hands of Winnipeg, with his men dominating 41-21 on penalties.
Although the idea of sending Philip Donald and Joel Armies to start overtime raised many doubts, we gave the runner a chance.
Here we are three weeks later, it feels like Groundhog day. Ducharme led his 12 menE Match as Hobbs’ head coach. And for the fifth time, he saw his troops bowing to the tiebreaker. This time, Ketiks won 3-2 in overtime, a neat goal given by JT Miller.
Five tie-breaking losses under Ducharm, nine from the start of the year. But most of all, there is no success. So, there was no goal while continuing the 29 minutes 55 seconds game at 3 against 3, but at the time the play was as open as Vichy Buffett in Montreal-North.
So, is the “game” really honest? Or should we give it a taste?
It is important here to bow to the sinful honesty. After every five losses, he took the time to explain his way of thinking.
Claude Julian replied, “It’s called coaching,” and he has a right; Coaches are not as responsible as ministers! Michelle Therrian boiled after the defeat.
Although we can imagine that he wants to digest defeat with a different entourage from journalists, Ducharm finds a way to explain where he is going. In short, he is transparent and by doing so, we understand that his decisions will be considered and not simple intuition.
So, time to take your steps back and circumnavigate the neutral zone? “It’s a question of speed, of movement. But at one point, we brought the puck faster into the opposing zone, accepting Ducharm. With speed and movement, we wanted to create chaos.”
Jonathan Droin, one of the forwards who worked in the fourth season, said: “We are trying to get them tired, to force them to keep the same three players on the ice. We had a chance to score. They did not control overtime. We didn’t score our luck, they scored on them. ”
The policy clearly did not work. Josh Anderson certainly broke up, but took Drouin’s block in the neutral zone to make it possible. Above all, Miller scored a goal for one of the players trying to get CH tired. Miller has been on the ice since overtime began! Fatigue did not stop him from making fun of Thomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki and Jake Allen at the end of the match.
Although wins are rare, players continue to apply what their coach asks.
“Yeah, it’s frustrating,” Drouin admitted. No one comes home satisfied with a single point. Sometimes we get bored, I do it first. It’s about following the process and it will be just fine. ”
The coach was not wrong when he stressed, “If we score tonight, after creating a tie at the end of the match, everyone will tell us how much character we have.” To always be in good faith, it is important to note that his duo of Donald and Paul Byron fulfilled his goal early in extra time, capturing the puck for CH. In fact, Byron stayed on the ice for 25 seconds before giving up his seat.
But one thing is clear: hockey is not fair. In a season reduced by 56 games, every point lost in overtime goes to a direct opponent in the playoff race. He said hockey was honest and that Ducharm points would go to Hobbs sooner or later.
Almost a month later, these points still do not come back. By reviewing Shicha Weber’s responsibilities, Ducharm finds that Suzuki’s equalizer gives him confidence and that the goal he sees in overtime is not far from him. In short, finding ways for your team to win the most in 60 minutes.
But Ducharm will have to find a way to make hockey better for his team, because at the time of accumulating the loss, the season will end sooner than expected.
Growing up: Alexander Romanov
He regained his confidence, proof of some of his fine stripes that Puck had captured. Two of them also fined Conax.
Down: Joel Army
He qualified for the first sentence in the third period, this time he played only 2 minutes 12. His second press conference fell, when Dominic Ducharm pointed out that he had lost his man in the second goal, the Canucks.
Jake Allen suffered his sixth consecutive loss. The Poor had just nine offensive support goals in that series, averaging 1.50 per game.
Army on the 4thE Trio
We’m going to tell each other, things are not going well for Joel Army. First, before Friday night’s game, there was little detail that the attacker had not scored since March 6.… Well, the Army were out of the score sheet again in the defeat at Vancouver Cancక్స్s in the Bell Center. If we do the math, it doesn’t give him points in his last five games and he doesn’t give goals in his last 7 games. It was no doubt Dominic Ducharm was losing patience, and in the evening, we saw Armea find himself with the team’s fourth trio. It will not be a surprise to find him somewhere in the stands in the near future …
Droin in the middle!
In an attempt to find a magic combination, Dominic Ducharm briefly included Jonathan Droin as a centerpiece at the end of the second period. It did not last and Droin came back into the wing in the third period … The Quebec player did not collect a point on this beautiful Friday night at the Bell Center, many of his teammates were elsewhere, but he still had a strong game, with 4 shots on goal. Nick Suzuki, the other CH striker, threw 4 times on Friday night, scoring his sixth goal of the season. At the same time, Max Pasioretti wore his 15thE And 16E Season for the Golden Knights …
Variable geometry mediated
We heard two referees (we do not name them to avoid insulting their loved ones) standing at the Bell Center on Friday night, a very difficult evening, thank you, and players from both teams lamenting their many decisions from the benches. Many times in the evening. Among other things, when Jonathan Drouin was clearly blocked in overtime, the Canucks bench players got up in a gulp to allow Josh Anderson to go to goaltender Thatcher Demco alone. This is a very big problem in officiating in the National Hockey League: stability… or rather, lack of stability! Friday night’s game is another great proof of that.
We made our lives harder with Puk. This is not our best game. In the first two seasons, we didn’t stress enough, we didn’t fail enough before.
I was disappointed with the loss. My goal did not matter because the game at the end was not successful.
You should not end up giving power play as you did at the end of the game. They scored, but we were able to find a way to win the game in overtime. Good teams find a way to win those close games and it takes.
My overtime goal is not perfect ంద Suppose it’s been a long time since I was on ice, but their players are not doing big, they’re spinning with a puck, and I knew I was going to be against one another attacking along the strip… that was a big goal for us.
J. T. Miller
It’s a good team effort, we played a good game on the road, it’s a game style you have to perform to be successful.
With Richard Labbe, Tap