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That s going to be our identity Avatar
Created by nningham
On Sep, 14 2016
You hear that over and over in the Team USA dressing room. It s no secret the way this team is built. It s no secret the way this team plans to play. It s no secret what it will take for this team to win the World Cup of Hockey 2016. General manager Dean Lombardi built this roster with a deliberate mix of skill and grit. Coach John Tortorella wants his players to skate straight ahead and impose their will on the opposition. Team USA will have to be physical and fast, getting in faces, getting the puck, getting the puck down the ice, getting the puck to the net, and it will need great goaltending. That s going to be our identity, Team USA defenseman said. We re going to try to make it a long night for a lot of teams. Team USA fears no one, not even Team Canada, the heavy favorite at home at Air Canada Centre in Toronto when the tournament starts Saturday. We re going to play our game, and I think if we play that as well as we can, I think it s going to be tough for them to stick with it, Team USA forward T.J. Oshie said. We ve got some nasty players in here, some guys that I definitely don t like playing against in the regular season. I don t know if I ve ever been on a team with so much skill and so much grit at the same time. Here is a look at Team USA Forwards Patrick Kane is the reigning winner of the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL s scoring champion and the Hart Trophy as the League s most valuable player. Tortorella will lean on him. He said he would use him as kind of a rover, not only as the right wing on the top line and on the half wall on the power play, but in other situations where he can boost other players. I m going to stay out of his way, Tortorella said. I want him to be as creative and as free as he can be offensively. I m not going to look for a lot of great defensive plays from him in this short tournament. Team USA s skill goes deeper than people might think, even though some talented American forwards are playing for Team North America made up of 23 and under players from Canada and the United States and others weren t selected. This roster has three of the top eight scorers in the NHL last season Kane 106 points , Joe Pavelski 78 and Blake Wheeler 78 . Ten of the 13 forwards scored at least 21 goals in the League last season Kane 46 , Pavelski 38 , Max Pacioretty 30 , Kyle Palmieri 30 , Wheeler 26 , Oshie 26 , Zach Parise 25 , Derek Stepan 22 , Ryan Kesler 21 and David Backes 21 . James van Riemsdyk scored 14 in 40 games after scoring 30 and 27 the previous two seasons, respectively. I think we ve got guys that can score the pretty goals, and we ve got guys that can score the ugly goals as well, Oshie said. And a lot of those guys can do both. But grit will be a hallmark with Backes, Kesler, Justin Abdelkader and , and the hope is that will help make up for the most glaring weakness relative to Team Canada center depth. Kesler, an abrasive, hard working, versatile center who has won the Selke Trophy as the NHL s best defensive forward, drew a telling compliment from Tortorella, who once coached him with the Vancouver Canucks. I think he s miserable, Tortorella said. I like the way he plays. Defense Team USA assembled a big, mobile group. Tortorella is emphasizing playing hard below the hash marks and getting the puck going the other way. Everyone talks about possession, but a lot of that is how quickly you get the puck back, Team USA defenseman Matt Niskanen said. If it takes you 30 seconds of defensive zone time to get it back, you don t have the juice to have a sustained attack then. The decision to include , when some talented defensemen were not selected, says a lot about what Team USA wants from its defense. The thing I love about him, he ll make a mistake through aggression, Tortorella said. I d rather have a guy that way than just testing the waters. The biggest thing in the discussions on in being involved in making this team was his play underneath the hash marks. We know Jack can get up the ice. I still like to see that more out of him. But [it s] what he can do underneath the hash marks against big players, his physical play, his willingness to play in the corners, his willingness to use his body. Expect Ryan Suter to log lots of minutes against top competition in all situations as he always does. But watch for Dustin Byfuglien to play a big role at even strength and on the power play, thanks to his 6 5, 260 pound frame, his booming shot and his attitude. I want his personality, foremost his personality, Tortorella said. He loves playing. He s a bit of a renegade. I want that on our team. Goalies This is the strength of Team USA. Ben Bishop, Jonathan Quick and Cory Schneider each allow Team USA to take chances and give it a chance to win, on any given night, in the tournament as a whole. Remember This isn t an 82 game season or a four round playoffs of seven game series. Team USA needs to finish in the top two of its four team group after three preliminary round games. It needs to win a single elimination semifinal and a best of 3 final. A goalie could make even more of a difference than usual. Quick appears to have the edge to be the No. 1 goalie. He had a .918 save percentage last season, 21st in the NHL, but was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy for the second time. He has won the Stanley Cup twice with the Los Angeles Kings and was the No. 1 goaltender at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Canada outplayed the United States in the semifinal, but thanks to 36 saves by Quick, it was a 1 0 game. Neither Bishop nor Schneider has played in a best on best tournament before. But Bishop ranked second in the League in save percentage at .926 last season and also was a Vezina Trophy finalist for the second time. He has been outstanding in pressure situations for the Tampa Bay Lightning the past two years. Four times, twice in Game 7, he has clinched a series with a shutout in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Schneider had a .924 save percentage last season with the New Jersey Devils and has a .925 save percentage over his NHL career, better than Bishop .920 or Quick .916 . Special teams For a team that wants to be physical, the first key is discipline. We re certainly not looking to parade to the penalty box, Tortorella said. We re going to try to play an honest, hard game. The second key is penalty killing. Team USA has to be prepared for when it crosses the line. Kesler is one of the best penalty killers in the League. Abdelkader, Backes, Dubinsky, Stepan and Wheeler all should see time on the PK up front. All of the defenseman can play on the PK. The power play has great potential. Kane led the NHL in power play points with 37 and was tied for second in power play goals with 17 last season; he will handle the half wall on the top unit. Pavelski ranked sixth in power play points with 28 and tied for eighth in power play goals with 12; he is the best in the League at deflecting pucks in front. Byfuglien and Suter will man the points on the top unit. Byfuglien should take sweet feeds from Suter, fire hard shots on net and generate chances. He may not score, but it s probably the best pass, Tortorella said. Him shooting, how hard he shoots, something good s going to happen if it doesn t go in the net. There s going to be some rebounds. There s going to be puck retrievals. Coaching Lombardi picked Tortorella to fit the players and the players to fit Tortorella. He s an in your face coach. This is an in your face team. We re going to be an aggressive team, try to play fast, Parise said. I think that s kind of the way a Tortorella coached team plays. Tortorella has set the tone, appealing to the players patriotism and sense of duty to the country by bringing in a member of the Army to speak to the team in training camp and stand behind the bench for the first pretournament game against Team Canada in Columbus on Friday, a 4 2 Team USA victory, which preceded a 5 2 Team Canada win in the rematch in Ottawa on Saturday. With Tortorella, it isn t about X s and O s as much as it is about attitude in a short tournament. I just want to give them a foundation and not really beat them up with all the details, because you can really get lost a little bit and you forget about how you need to let them play, Tortorella said. These are some of the best players in the world on all teams. I just want to give them a foundation, have them believe in it. We ll discuss it, and then get out of their way. Let them play.
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Projected to go as early as the third round Avatar
Created by nningham
On Sep, 14 2016
People still ask him what happened at the National Hockey League draft, and Ben Gleason still has no answer. Projected to be selected as early as the third round, the Michigan born Hamilton Bulldogs defenceman and his family sat, listening, in the stands of Buffalo’s First Niagara Centre for two days in June as more than 200 names rang out over the speakers — none his. People still ask him what happened at the National Hockey League draft, and Ben Gleason still has no answer. Projected to go as early as the third round, the Michigan born Hamilton Bulldogs defenceman and his family sat, listening, in the stands of Buffalo s First Niagara Centre for two days in June as more than 200 names rang out over the speakers — none his. It sucked not hearing my name called, but it s just a part of hockey, he said. Stuff didn t go my way. But then, pretty quickly, it did. Less than 10 minutes after the final pick was announced, Gleason had multiple NHL teams — he was asked not to say who — call with invitations to camps and prospect tournaments. He did some research and looked at rosters before deciding Carolina, his cousin Tim Gleason s former club, was the best fit. The Hurricanes have a great organization, he said. It was perfect. Gleason, 18, is one of six Bulldogs trading Hamilton for NHL opportunities this week. He — along with Justin Lemcke, who earned an invite from Chicago, and Connor Hicks, who will suit up for Detroit — is heading home to Michigan to play in an eight team prospects tournament in Traverse City. Matt Luff is bound for Los Angeles and Niki Petti is off to Arizona, while Cole Candella — Hamilton s only NHL draft pick — will travel to Vancouver for camp with the Canucks. For Gleason, the draft snub had its upsides. It gave him motivation to train harder and smarter over the summer, he said, and it gave him options. Unlike drafted players, free agents have a say in where they accept an invitation. Part of the reason Petti is going to Arizona, for instance, is the relative youth of the other players in the Coyotes system — it was a strategic choice. I m 20, he explained and I m battling for a spot with another guy who is, at most, 22. I m not facing someone who is 26 and has a six year term. That s not to say it will be easy. For Petti and his teammates, making an NHL roster at this stage in their careers is a long shot — that they know. So, they also set more achievable goals — in Luff s case, returning to Hamilton better than when he left. The little goal is to come back and just be a better player and a better leader who has been to camp and knows the whole process of what gets you to the next level, he said. If I can do it there and then bring it back here, it s going to be a totally different season for us and for me personally. Luff, 19, notched the game tying goal in Hamilton s 3 2 shootout win over the visiting Erie Otters Sunday — the last of the club s four pre season games. The Bulldogs open the regular season in Mississauga Sept. 23. Genuine Bakery Catering in Hamilton, Ontario, caters celebrations of all sizes and types. The... Northern Landscaping serves Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville and the surrounding areas with... Since 1989, Andrew Sheremeta, BA, LLB, in Oakville, Ontario, has been assisting clients throughout... After experiencing an amazing resurgence in popularity, turntables and vinyl are continuing to gain... Jans Awnings in Burlington has been selling shade and shelter products to businesses and homeowners... Whether your child is staying local and living at home, or branching out and living on campus,... When you bring home a new puppy or kitten, be sure to check in with your local veterinarians at... You re sitting at your desk, staring longingly out the window — you d love to be out in the... Dogs are not only beloved family pets but also actual members of the family, so when they need help... Sam Harb Sons Plumbing — a leading plumbing firm in Burlington — has earned a well regarded... Jans Awnings in Burlington, Ontario, has sold a wide range of shade and shelter products since... Did you know that if you lose your car’s transponder key it can be replaced by a professional,... Backed by more than 20 years of experience, the team of professionals at Eastgate Dental Centre in... The Coffee Gourmand in Hamilton, Ontario, specializes in premium coffee and teas you can feel good... Whether you enjoy a fruity white wine or a full bodied glass of red, Brew Time in Hamilton,... The team at Big Al’s Pet Supercentres in Hamilton, Ontario, champions all types of pet ownership,... Draconian retirement communities are a thing of the past, which is evident at Brucefield Manor in... ABC Locksmith Security have been providing the people of Hamilton, Ontario, and their business.
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