Found November 08, 2012 on
It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
University of Michigan defenseman Jacob Trouba (6’2″, 195) is four inches taller and weighs 22 pounds more than Northern Michigan University’s Reed Seckel (5’10″, 173). And the difference is even greater when Trouba is going full steam and Seckel has his head down. Trouba steamrolled Seckel in last Friday’s game between the two clubs. As you can see in the video, Trouba caught Seckel high and as a result he received a game misconduct for contact to the head and an automatic one-game suspension. Seckel, who laid on the ice for several minutes before being helped off, was cleared by doctors to return to action Saturday. Unfortunately for Seckel, he thought it was a Tuesday. Michigan won in a shootout Friday, but Northern came back and won 4-3 on Saturday. Trouba is known for being a hitter was selected 9th overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft by the Winnipeg Jets.
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Being the ninth-overall pick in the 2012 NHL draft, 18-year-old defenseman Jacob Trouba will be expected to one day serve as an intimidating presence for the Winnipeg Jets, but the hit that he recently dished out, well, that was just plain scary.
As a Northern Michigan forward attempted to move the puck up-ice, Trouba came out of nowhere and delivered a punishing blind-side hit that...
University of Michigan defenseman Jacob Trouba is built like a house (6’2″ 195 lbs) and when he hits people, it’s like a freight train. Unfortunately for Northern Michigan forward Reed Seckel (5’10″ 173 lbs), he never saw this freight train coming.The hit was a little bit high, as Trouba connected directly with Seckel’s head, and Trouba received a game misconduct and...
from Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette,
There was an "old" Michel Therrien sighting after the Canadiens dropped a 4-2 decision to the Winnipeg Jets Thursday night at the Bell Centre.
There has been a kinder, gentler Therrien on display this season, but he made it known he wasn't happy with his team's slow start against the Jets. The dressing room was closed...