from Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province,
There were a couple of real eyebrow-raisers, not the least of which was the idea of having the Sedins kill penalties, because the other top players in the league kill them.
That’s true, but the other top players also participate in the shootouts, and starting there seems to make a lot more sense than having them kill penalties when this team has already finished first overall killing penalties in the league largely using players who are already on this roster.
The Sedins, of course, say they’d love to kill penalties, and perhaps they would, with Henrik saying he would even sacrifice a minute of five-on-five time to do it.
Wonderful thought, but it’s a study in stupidity. Consider they’re already going to be playing pre-season games, a full season (and these two rarely miss games) including a trip halfway around the world to play the Olympics on a team that already leads the league in travel. And then you expect them to ...