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Stafford Hockey Club • View topic - Claude Julien told The Montreal Gazette
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Postby officialsbaseball » Mon Nov 19, 2018 3:16 am
Getting started has proven to be a problem all season long for the Detroit Red Wings , and lately, it’s become an issue with the Winnipeg Jets.The 1-6-2 Red Wings slept walked through 40 minutes of their most recent game, a 3-1 home-ice loss to the Carolina Hurricanes that dropped Detroit to 0-2-1 at Little Caesars Arena.“When you sleep in, you’re foggy for a while and we were foggy and it’s hard to get yourself going when you’re not ready to go at the start,” Detroit coach Jeff Blashill said. “That’s 100 percent inexcusable to not be ready to work, to not be ready to compete at the start of the game through the second period.Article continues below ...“You’re not ready to go and all the sudden you’re swimming the rest of the time. We swam for two periods.”Blashill’s response to his team’s collective lack of effort was to institute that old-time staple of hockey punishments at Tuesday’s practice, the bag skate.“It was to be expected,” Wings forward Thomas Vanek said.That the dreadful performance came on the heels of Detroit’s first win of the season, a 4-3 overtime victory over the Panthers in Florida on Saturday, only served to make it that much less palatable.“We lost our way in Boston (8-2 loss) and Montreal (7-3 loss) but we didn’t not show up ,” Blashill said. “We showed up. Once we got down, we panicked and started playing stupid hockey.“This was not showing up. This is a whole different animal. This is no good.”The 6-3-1 Jets were also slow out of the gate in their most recent start on Wednesday at home against the Toronto Maple Leafs, falling behind 3-0 before netting a pair of third-period goals to make it interesting in a 4-2 setback.This outing followed Monday’s game against the St. Louis Blues in which the Jets were down 3-1 after 40 minutes before storming back for a 5-4 overtime victory.“I don’t think it was necessarily as horrible a first two periods as it was against St. Louis,” Jets forward Adam Lowry told cbc.ca about Wednesday’s start.The loss ended a three-game winning streak for the Jets, and was their first defeat in regulation time in six games. Winnipeg begins a three-game road trip in Detroit, including a Saturday rematch with the Maple Leafs in Toronto.“We’re more concerned with our defending than anything else,” Jets coach Paul Maurice said. “It’s more the defensive plays and the turnovers in our end of the ice.“If you’re unable to recover from those, you’ve got to look at your problem.”The Wings have problems of their own. Right-winger Anthony Mantha, who led the team last season with 24 goals, has scored once in nine games. He’s been dropped from the power play and relegated to fourth-line duty.Detroit sent two rookies — defenseman Filip Hronek and center Christoffer Ehn — to AHL Grand Rapids. Forward Jacob De La Rose , claimed on waivers last week from Montreal, will make his debut in Friday’s game. The Montreal Canadiens are off to an unexpectedly good start this season with a 4-1-2 record but are facing their first bit of adversity as they prepare to host the Calgary Flames at Bell Centre on Tuesday.The Canadiens twice blew two-goal leads and ultimately lost 4-3 in overtime Saturday to the Ottawa Senators, another early-season surprise. “You have to learn from losses,” Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher told montrealcanadiens.com after practice Monday. “You learn more from a loss than you do from a win. We made some mistakes. We understand the errors we made.Article continues below ...“After our previous losses, we’ve done a pretty good job of responding. This is a little bit of a different situation, where we let a lead slip away. Now we have to react the appropriate way, come back strong with a good effort and learn how to play in those situations.”Canadiens goaltender Carey Price, who gave up four goals on 34 shots against the Senators, will be under the microscope. He gave up a weak goal on a shot along the goal line by Ottawa’s Mikkael Boedker that cut the Canadiens lead to 3-2 on Saturday.Price, who is in the first year of an eight-year , $84-million contract that pays him $15 million this season, ranks 34th in the NHL in save percentage (.904) and 25th in goals against average (2.57).The Canadiens are expected to go with the same lineup which means forwards Charles Hudon (healthy scratch), Tomas Plekanec (back) and defensemen Victor Mete (hand) could be out. Mete could play which could result in Karl Alzner, who had a rough night against Ottawa, being scratched.The Canadiens must improve in the faceoff circle. They are last in the NHL with a 42.6 winning percentage. They lost both faceoffs in overtime against the Senators, when possession is critical in a 3-on-3 situation, before losing the game.“At the end of the day, I think there’s a lot of things that go into being a good faceoff guy,” Canadiens coach Claude Julien told The Montreal Gazette. “For certain guys, it’s the experience of going through the league at least once , knowing the centremen they’re taking them against. You learn to see the tendencies. You also understand that there’s some experience that comes into play. “There’s also guys that have a real good eye-hand co-ordination that’s unbelievable. Some of it is determination. There’s so many things that come into play as far as being a centerman.”The Flames are ranked eighth in the NHL in faceoff winning percentage at 52.3 percent.Calgary is coming off a 4-1 win against the Rangers in New York on Sunday. Elias Lindholm, 23, whom the Flames acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes along with Noah Hanifan for Dougie Hamilton in June, is tied for the team lead in goals with five.He has been playing on Calgary’s top line with Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan.“We built some chemistry pretty early in the season,” Gaudreau told the team’s website. “He’s a great teammate and a great player, a smart player, so it makes it easier to (transition) when you’re playing with that good of a guy and that skilled of a player. Hopefully we can keep building off of it because I know all three of us have five, six years left on our contracts in Calgary.”Calgary coach Bill Peters, who also joined the Flames from the Hurricanes, coached Lindholm in Carolina after the Hurricanes selected him with the No. 5 pick in the 2013 NHL draft. “Lindy has been a good player for a long time ,” Peters said on calgaryflames.com. “He probably came into the league a little bit early. He played right after he got drafted and then got hurt and went down to the American league and back up, so I’m very familiar with his path. But he’s a very smart player, a very reliable player who can play center and wing, real good on face-offs. He’s a good player and that’s why he got drafted where he got drafted and we’re excited to have him.”
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