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True_Canadian91

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  1. # PLAYER GP G A TP PPG PIM +/- 1. Jason Price (D) 502 64 176 240 0.478 427 30 2. Dennis Sicard (LW) 476 112 120 232 0.487 2200 -32 3. Orrin Hergott (C) 404 142 156 298 0.738 283 32 4. Kevin Swider (C) 381 255 438 693 1.819 269 175 5. Stuart Stefan (D/F) 379 84 164 248 0.654 239 12 6. Kyle McNeil (RW) 368 83 71 154 0.418 683 -54 He is in the top 6 for all time games played in the SPHL obviously players/coaches like him around the league you dont just play a casual 368 games in the league if nobody wants him... and potential be in top 3 all time games played by the end of the season. Im just saying hes obviously well respected in the league or he wouldn't have lasted over 7 years in the league going on 8 years
  2. I watched a couple from the blue line, having the goalie play out further is actually an advantage from that angle because he cuts a lot of open net away especially when the shots coming from 50 feet away, a lot of going trainers train goalies to play out more to cut down the angles. further he plays out less open net from a direct shot.
  3. I've coached a few high minor hockey teams before im no expert by any means but you cannot teach a player not to take a penatly you can preach and preach to them not to take penalties you can not teach them to do something there not willing to do and some people are mentally strong enough to take a hack or a hit and not retaliate. if i could build a team of 18 mentally strong individuals who would listen and do everything you told them to do you would probably win a championship. i bet any team would be more than happy to have 9 mentally tough players sitting in there room, you cannot read a guys mind in the first 3-6 games but apparently some of the fans can read them pretty good and the coaches even better i guess...
  4. http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20171028/home-again-mcneil-scores-twice-as-marksmen-earn-4-2-win
  5. I just checked when he was put on IR today he would be due to come off it.. id imagine they would have to trade a VET as I don't think they're going to want to play games all season going on IR and off
  6. im still confused... yea it was a rough year last year but.. your only 3 games over .500 and still middle pack with 43 games left. season barely a quarter in.. wait till theres 10 games left
  7. I beg to differ... he maybe wanted out and wasn't going to be happy unless he got out... look at Kavanagh, his rights got traded probably because he didn't want to be in Fayetteville that's why he didn't report and he will report to Pensacola I bet.. why have a player around who's just going to complain and not want to be there? you are only hurting your own team to keep them around.. they are called cancers they will take out your room
  8. More coverage would help draw more fans!
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