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Lane Hutson is perfectly engineered for the next revolution in hockey

Lane Hutson is perfectly engineered for the next revolution in hockey

In a poll conducted 10 days ago on his Twitter account, journalist Matthias Brunet put his supporters before an intriguing hypothetical question: ” If you could only hold one hope between Sean Farrell, Lynn Hutson, Owen Peck, and Phillip Messar, which would it be? ยป

It’s no surprise to me that it was the small American defender, Len Hutson, who won the award by a fairly comfortable margin, thank you.

Personally, I love this pick from the Montreal Canadiens.

As Chris Boucher, director of the Habs’ Advanced Statistical Analysis division, stated in a behind-the-scenes video of the organization’s most recent NHL draft, selecting Juraj Slafkovsky first overall in the last replay has broadened the team’s prospects. After Slav, the size criterion became secondary and it was possible, from that moment on, to ensure that raw talent became the first selection criterion.

Hatsune, that is exactly it!

He’s weak like Rack Chips, but he has an absolutely amazing talent on the ice. But you knew that…

What makes me talk to you about Len Hutson today is that he may be the focus for the Canadians to get closer to the next revolution in the world of hockey: Centerless hockey According to Steve Yzerman, general manager of the Detroit Red Wings, hockey is becoming a sport where positions are not going to be as rigid, especially in the offensive zone.

We’re not talking about not having a turn anymore and wandering anywhere on the ice, but about constantly permuting the ice to create new space and play options. We’ve already seen it in the numerical advantages, but it should be highlighted in other stages of the games in the future.

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In his text today on The AthleticMarc-Antoine Gaudin explains very well why Hutson is a perfect fit for this by providing the words of his coach, Jay Pandolfo, from Boston University. As surprising as it may sound, Len Hatsune will sometimes find himself far from the opposition net to create attacking opportunities and that is not a problem at all with this new style of play.

“We see it a lot more in the NHL with Makars, Josi, but Lin is in that mold, directing the attack from behind. [โ€ฆ] His hockey IQ is out of the ordinary, so it’s a pleasure to watch and coach him. Jay Pandolfo

We also learn that Adam Nicholas, CH’s Director of Hockey Development, is in regular contact with Hutson to help him improve. It also encourages him to fill offensive voids. In other words, when there is a loophole or opportunity, he does not hesitate to seize it if he sees that it will not cause a problem for the defense afterwards.

If you are a Len Hutson fan like me, I can only advise you to read this article by Marc-Antoine Godin!

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Ovechkin scored 800 goals against 31 clubs in the league.

– Other leagues should learn from them.