For 15 matches, the Canadian had a good numerical advantage. Since the season is 15 games long…
I don’t know how much you had that on your bingo card, but the Canadian, after a month of activities (a sample that’s starting to mean something), has Power play In the top ten in the NHL. Just that.
– Maxime Lapierre (@Lappy14) November 13, 2023
In recent years, the Canadian has always been at the forefront. Fans have often asked for a head start for Alex Burrows in 2023, who apparently didn’t press the right buttons on the Power Play.
But now, with the help of Martin St. Louis, everything is better.
Less and less, players don’t seem to know where to go on the ice on the power play…and there’s more movement, with and without the puck. It’s not perfect yet, as Anthony DeSaulnier points out at BPM Sports, but still.
The radio guy also put my thoughts into words: Even if CH records, it’s not perfect yet, as a process. I recommend listening to Renaud Lavoie’s column this morning.
At Le Club du matin, Renaud Lavoie discussed the performance of the CH numerical advantage, which ranks 10th in the standings. Despite these successes… @anthodiso Not 100% sure of the strategy. And you? 🤔
The full section is available at https://t.co/jdk22fkWeU pic.twitter.com/grXUXfQxKa
– BBM Sports (@BPMSportsRadio) November 13, 2023
But good. All of this means that CH ranks 10th in the NHL today on the power play. Its efficiency rate of 23% is considered very good in the current circumstances.
Like I said, I didn’t plan this.
In fact, in 11 of the Canadian’s last 12 games, the club has scored at least one power-play goal. In Vegas, at the end of October, CH was still scoring on special teams ever since, although they didn’t do it with an extra player, they did it with one less player.
In November, over his six games, Alex Burroughs on the power play scored at least one goal in each game. It’s a nice energetic sequence.
If it doesn’t look like it at the start of the season (through the first three games, CH only scored on a power play against Toronto), let’s assume the club redeems itself.
The next phase? Score five-on-five more often.
a lot of
– Yes, Pierre Hood deserves his place in the temple.
1/2 I sincerely believe that Pierre Hood, the worthy successor to René Lecavalier and Richard Garneau, should join the HHOF in the coming years. His style, impeccable French, love of hockey, ambassador of our national sport and above all an exemplary ambassador… https://t.co/b3kR8rl35h
– Michel Villeneuve (@lederniervrai) November 13, 2023
– Nothing less.
Mark the date on your calendar because you really don’t want to miss it! 😯🗓️ This Wednesday, starting at 8pm, we’re hosting Canadian superstar Cole Caufield! 🎙️🏒
We are waiting for you on Wednesday, November 15, live on YouTube from 8 pm. pic.twitter.com/3azwyGeYTo
– La Poche Blue (@lapochebleue) November 13, 2023
– Good listening.
New episode of @BasuAndGodin Notebook out! At Kaiden Guhle, Slaf, Montembeault Decade talks and we answer your mailbag questions:
– Arpon Basu (@ArponBasu) November 13, 2023
“He will most likely end up getting injured again because that seems to be part of his game.”
The Yankees’ general manager didn’t back down. https://t.co/xL9a8snAbs
– Passion MLB (@passion_mlb) November 13, 2023