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If Antti Raanta wasn’t such a goalie, we might could be pals. Peep the miniature Neko he skypes with.
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Oh my god I love all these men in the most manliest way. Where’s Seabrook!? Get him in there too! WESTERN CANADIAN BOYS FOR LIFE
I finally know which Hawk to put on the back of my blank alternate jersey.
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Well last night, I was the god-damn man. Entering the zone like Hoss: either fast, wide and hard or slow up and bait a d-men to the high side and wait for trailers in the slot. ALL NIGHT LONG. EVERY SHIFT, TWICE A SHIFT. Making sick back-checks, setting up endless slot passes. And I still got my regular 3-5 shots on net.
It’s cause I played right wing last night. Because I’m left-handed I usually play left wing. Nothing feels different when I play left-wing. The most different part is breaking out from a higher part of the defensive zone, and committing to down-low board play in the offensive zone. But when I play right side, my off-wing, I see and feel the ice so much different. Opens up my whole game. It’s hard to describe. Dishing passes as a lefty on the right side just feels so natural.
Now I know why Hossa and Kane love the right side, and why they’re so dangerous on the rush. Same goes for left handed d-men who play the right side. Your passing wing-span opens right up. I play right defense when I have to, but I prefer pulling pucks off board from my strong side. If I don’t have to be defensively responsible, I’ll take the right side.
This has been a vain post. For me. Walt style.
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is what I expect they say 25 times a day
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Sick flow, bro.
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The moment that started the Blackhawks-Canucks rivalry.
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Night skate with @wrlittle.
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Leave the heavy lifting to the menfolk.
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