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Kirby Dutch has continued to work on his shot this summer

Kirby Dutch has continued to work on his shot this summer

Kirby Dutch was a guest on the podcast Netzer is emptyhosted by two Maine guys who are huge fans of the Boston Bruins.

Despite everything, Dutch made a very nice episode and made many interesting comments.

even if Power brothers They support the run, they say they respect the Canadians (and their players) and when the team is better, the league is better.

Not all Bruins fans…are jerks.

Ever since he was little, Kirby Dutch has been primarily a passer-by. And it is this aspect of his game in particular that has gotten him to where he is today. Without necessarily becoming a sniper like Cole Cofield, Dutch realizes that his weak point is his ability to shoot and tries every means possible to improve this aspect.

Perhaps he should seek advice from Conor Bedard, who, without playing a single game at the Pittman circuit, may already have one of the best shots in the league…

Of course, he didn’t contact Bedard directly, but he did turn to an expert who worked with Tim Turk, the Blackhawks prospect. He also worked with Brendan Gallagher.

Türk’s specialty is hitting the ball and he is also interested in technique in that.

Last summer Dutch worked hard on his shots, and he did the same this summer with his coach.

Moreover, he is very impressed with the young Habs striker.

Dutch’s ability to want to improve and his work ethic are admirable. Tim Turk

In addition to summer workouts, the #77 has talked about Cole Cofield, Martin St. Louis, and the former Blackhawks. He even made it back to his winning penalty goal in the shootout against his former club last December.

Being his first team in the NHL, Chicago will always be the club he will enjoy playing against. Too bad CH only plays twice a season against those same Falcons…

However, the opening match for the Bale position in 2023-2024 will be against Conor Bedard’s side and I need not tell you how excited Dutch is. The podcast hosts note that he’s three points away from plateau 100 in the NHL and let’s just say if he hits that plateau against his former team, he can celebrate again. “Are you not amused?” To a few dissenting supporters right away.

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Anyway, we wish him.

Dutch also said that he is very happy in Montreal and has never enjoyed playing hockey since he was young. He loves the coaching staff and has great chemistry with his teammates. He’s obviously very close to Cole Cofield, Nick Suzuki and other youngsters, and he’s very much looking to build on what the team started last season.

For my part, I can’t wait to see if his sessions with Tim Turk bear fruit. And in the 2022-2023 season, he scored 14 goals in 58 matches. Imagine how much he could score if he played 82 games with a refined and corrected shooting style…

a lot of

– He has a real chance to join him.

– truly?

Professional experience with the blues.

– He’s quite a defender.

– Good luck to them.