I think the lack of more than 1 big hitter with Carlis and great stay-at-home defenseman. Puck movement, puck control was more reactive like a hot potato because the rotation and familiarity, spacing was off because of 1-2 player injuries. That is hockey, though...great season? I do not think next year is going to be a cake walk.
Big question: QU-Al, I have seen pipeline spread sheet of yours last season . . . what does that look like and when can we expect some fresh skaters that potentially can be impactful offensive players?
A huge BG congrats on a fine season, beating expectations and definitely something to build upon for next year! It just goes to show that if a team focuses on themselves and not what others think...great things can happen! A great two periods in the first game and third period in the second game. In my mind, your best players were Friedman (F) with not much ice time but made things happen and looked good on the attack in O zone, Rafferty (D) (poise and patient with puck), and Shortridge was very good!
For the final time this season.
Thoughts and observations from Quinnipiac's 3-1 season ending loss to Minnesota Duluth in the Midwest Regional Final
Always hard to do but I started an off-season thread here: