Things to watch for in hockey east...
Two years ago Maine fans were frustrated and wondered if the university hired the right man when they hired Red Gendron. There should have never been a question. Gendron is considered by his peers to be one of the best hockey coaches around. It's just that things like this take time.
The time is now for Maine to make a considerable jump, and they should.
Bold Predictions for 2018-19
1. Maine makes the NCAA tournament: On the back of a sophomore goaltender and a deep, but unheralded roster, the Black Bears will go dancing for the first time under Red Gendron this season.
Last edited by NorthMike; 10-11-2018 at 03:16 PM.
I really would hate to see him go major junior and then fizzle out. But if he tried and college isn't his thing, I could see. But I hope this isn't a case of a player not utilizing resources available to student athletes. At least he can control his future and he didn't have to leave due to a terrible illness.
Captains interviewed basically saying they don't need the hype as they have a lot of work to do...
Let's hope this leadership can guide the team to hard work not just early, and in middle season, but at the end too when it matters most. I can imagine how last season ended could not have felt good. Hopefully that is the fuel they need the final couple months of the season.
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Sloppy period, in my book. JSS looked like he was trying to do too much, for example, and couldn't connect on passes. Hope to see some adjustments and better play in the second. But, still a 0-0 score.
They are rusty
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