The report by Rob Rossi in the TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Rossi: Coaches not to blame for power play is a revealing one. Rossi says, “I’ve watched too many practices to blame Yeo for this sickening power play. I’ve seen him work too many long days to hold anything but admiration for his commitment to fixing the power play’s problem.”
He went on to say… Hey, don’t take my word for it. ———–
A rival penalty-killer recently confided that the Penguins’ power play is now easy to defend when the puck is on the stick blade of either Crosby or Malkin because “they want to do their own thing.”
This is a lot more hockey real (I’m there – I see it) as to the P/G’s Ron Cook (wet napkin spine–as usual) Cook: Sulking won’t cure Malkin’s slump Ron Cook claiming hinting that Malkin needs… “Gonchar to hold his hand through the tough times.” Then, he goes on to compare Malkin to Jagr’s “dying alive” year.
Rossi talks hockey… Cook seriously should get on with his life’s work and write for soap operas.
No matter… anyone watching that electric PP last night and doesn’t see the need for two separate PP units isn’t really thinking. I think Michel Therrien would see that!
This is DR HOOK… carry on