cult of hockey: 3 reasons, all playing right defence, that oilers should be tracking tonights game 7

cult of hockey: 3 reasons, all playing right defence, that oilers should be tracking tonight's game 7 in st. louis - white board price

by:ITATOUCH     2020-05-21
cult of hockey: 3 reasons, all playing right defence, that oilers should be tracking tonight\'s game 7 in st. louis  -  white board price
In his brief but quote-
As General Motors of Edmonton oil, Craig McTavish has questioned eight other angry people.
Leave GMs after the first round of the playoffs
I can't find the exact offer, but the background is a potential trading partner.
It's not just the clubs who missed the playoffs who want to change the status quo.
For those off-
Faster than expected after the start of the season
Not only is there room for improvement in a round of exit, but there is new evidence that the team and its various components, coaches and players are inadequate.
This is especially true when early exit becomes the norm for a few years, which makes tonight's Game 7 critical to St. Louis Blues.
It's not that you need to exaggerate the pressure that automatically exists in any Game 7, let alone against the defending champion Stanley Cup at home, but for the Blues, losing will be a disaster, could be an exclamation point for years of playoff failure.
If it's not an axe, the focus will first fall on coach Ken Hitchcock after entering.
Impressive season.
In nearly five regular season games at his helm, he scored 667 points.
However, his club won a playoff series in his first season and was swept in the second round, not even so far since.
Despite having a home-court advantage in each series, Hitchcock's Blues lost the last four, winning only six games and losing 16.
They held it twice.
The 0 Series was ahead and never won another match.
In a series of current confrontations
Against Chicago, the Blues are three-
1 series lead, very unfortunate to lose a away game, when a series of close range calls in the last few minutes seem to be like Blake Hawkes, become a 3-
Lost in the second game.
But the Blues failed to beat the Hawks in the fifth game at home, lost in two extra-time games and then couldn't keep it 3-
Lead 1 in Game 6 and finally get 6-3.
Although they have a home court advantage tonight, it may be a double advantage.
Given the home fans 'annual disappointment with the team, the performance of blade sword is expected.
While Edmonton native Hitchcock's coach will be an academic interest in the future for hockey fans in these regions, a more direct focus is on what Blues general manager Doug Armstrong might do to adjust
If "heavy hockey" comes back at a critical moment, the Blues may be looking for more skills ahead.
Also, with captain David Baker on the verge of becoming an unrestricted free agent, Armstrong may be looking specifically for a talented young player.
The team's "trading from strength" is self-evident (and depth).
The Blues have nowhere on the roster to be stronger/deeper than on the right defense, and 3 of their current top 4 members are correct --shooters.
Given that the right defense has been widely regarded as the main demand for oil workers, locals should pay attention to the Holy. Loo closely.
Alex Pietrangelo leads 30: 42 in the playoffs, his left-
Shooting partner Jay Bouwmeester is at 25: 56 and the second pair is right, Kevin Shattenkirk (23:33)
And rookie Colton Parayko (21:05).
During the season, the same quartet led the team, in the same order, playing a little less time --
It's not surprising considering that there are several overtime games in the current series.
One might think that whatever happens tonight, there is a good chance that one of these right-wingers will be available this summer.
The most important of these is Kevin chardonkirk, a mature scorer and backcourt expert.
Shattenkirk has scored 45, 44 and 44 points over the past three seasons, including 26, 25 and 26 points.
At that time, he was ranked third in the NHL's powerplay score, 10 points behind Eric Karsson's 87 points, but within 60% minutes.
Shattkirk leads the entire NHL in 5v4 this seasonpoints-per-
60 with impressive 7.
92, before Patrick Kane's 7.
55, six years from Keith Yandle, the next highest defender. 07.
Such players will certainly be of interest to the oil workers, the powerplay production of the oil workers team has been disappointing, not even one player has scored 15 points this year, not to mention 25
Not to mention a club, the center-back has not scored more than 33 points a season since 2008 --09.
In his full five (non-lockout)
Shattkirk has never had less than 43 times in the NHL season.
Not that oil workers need rights. shooting, puck-
Mobile Guard/strong quarterback or something.
This raises the question: why would the Blues want to move players like this to see the opening paragraph above, but add to the recent bias, especially in an environment where people are looking for a scapegoat and/or changing the status quo.
I'm sure the oil country is far from the only fan base that "can't win with that person.
In the crucial contest, 6 Shattenkirk left a bad impression on at least one person reporting the series, Jim Matheson, who has these in the print edition of today's Edmonton Magazine
The title is "another label for Blues ")
: Shattenkirk ended the game with ugliness
3, this is after posting a more ugly Post
In the regular season, although we are a strong team.
I don't think the Blues have enough people to make a wise comment on his play;
These figures show that all of Shattenkirk's indicators of possession and scoring opportunities have dropped significantly, both primitive (
Compared to their past season)and relative (
Compared to teammates).
Not surprisingly, his PDO has been hit harder, just like the player's advantage is usually the case
Negative down.
But it didn't change the conclusion that he had a difficult season.
If he ends prematurely with a bad game and even ends a bad moment at a critical moment, it is expected to hear more of his name in the trading market in the coming weeks.
The risk of a team getting this player is that he has only one year to run his four-
The maximum annual contract limit is $4.
25 million, the actual salary is $5. 20 MM.
He can be extended at any time after July 01, but the big trade window came up a few days before the drafting, which was a bit risky. The 27-year-
The old next contract could be a huge fact, but for a team, just to get him to leave after a season, trading major assets could be a bigger and huge fact.
Of course, the real big fish is in the Holy.
Luis is defender Alex Pitango. The all-
In the past five seasons, purpose has averaged more than 25 minutes per game, including heavy minutes for two special teams.
In the past three seasons, he has been even stronger in quality, scoring more than 30 points per season.
His performance on PP has dropped this season, but he still released a very good 7-30-
There were 37 and 10 out of 73 games, mainly against the top.
Pietrangelo was locked under the $6 cap for another four years.
The actual salary is slightly 5mm north of $7. 0.
In all of these cases it seems to be a reasonable price for all of these minutes, plus, 26-year-
The old defender seems to be a reasonable candidate for the next generation of Blues.
Moving such a core player will represent a huge change in the direction of the club.
To avoid arguments and turn things around: The Pietrangelo deal will definitely do that if GM decides to change the status quo.
He will definitely get a healthy return, maybe like a star forward, a promising young defender, maybe a draft or more.
There are more packages like this than Edmonton. (
I will leave it as an exercise for the reader to figure out what is the right reward to get from the oil workers;
The article is more about players who may be willing to give up. )
The third defensive player on the right, Colton Parayko, is only interested in academics. The 22-year-old behemoth (6’5, 226)
From all over the world, create a spectacular new season with 79 GP, 9-boxcars24-
33,28 this seems to definitely get him on all the NHL-
New show with Shayne Gostisbehere in Philadelphia.
Except that he did not come from nowhere, holy.
Albert, AB passed the city's small hockey program, from army knives to flyers, to Crusaders at bantam and midget levels before taking part in two pre-match matches
The draft season with AJHL's Fort McMurray oil tycoon.
I realized it was a cup game, but when the guy developed under their noses, it was hard not to know what the scouts of the local team were looking.
Each team's Scout record is filled with the story of the "escaped man", and when the players in question are also close to home, they just hit the ball closer to home.
I can't get into Doug Armstrong's whiteboard, but it doesn't take much leap to imagine Parayko at the top of the "no deals" list.
He had a year to fulfill his entry-level contract of $925,000, and then he had three more years of club control.
This is where any GM company will build its own existing team around this goal, not to mention the future team.
At this distance, all oil lovers can watch local competitions. boy-made-
The combination of pride and jealousy is good.
As for the Blues as a team, I support that this is the time for them to finally finish their work in a crucial game and continue to fight another series.
But watching these three players tonight will be interesting to see how they deal with the intense spotlight, which will be the biggest game of his career so far.
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