Ducks delay flight…workout at Sharks’ facility

Posted: 03/29/2013 by yougetoutwhatyouputin in Uncategorized

BB put the Ducks through a “Back to the Basics” practice at the Sharks practice facility following a 4-0 lifeless loss to San Jose…The original plan was to get out to Chicago Thursday morning and skate that afternoon…It was supposed to be a day of rest. However, as BB put it…

“We didn’t look like a team that played last night,” Boudreau said. “There was a lot of energy, a little physicality, in that practice. Nice to get a good practice in. We haven’t had a lot of opportunity to skate but we needed to do it today.”

Glad BB elected to work the team prior to the flight to the Windy City. Having an unscheduled practice (Back to the Basics) sends a clear message to the team.

Chicago will be firing on all cylinders to shut us down and prove a point. Refer to the link from the Chicago Tribune.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/hockey/blackhawks/ct-spt-0329-bits-blackhawks-chicago-20130329,0,1662191.story

Good luck!

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Comments
  1. bbdux93 says:

    Tonight’s game is how our guys MUST continue to play. When there are no – as BB calls them “passengers” they can play really good hockey.

  2. czhokej says:

    The Ducks were certainly trying hard to restore the damaged reputation last night. We out-chanced the Hawks, with three pipes and several great scoring opportunities. If we can produce a solid performance like that on regular basis, I will be convinced. I do not expect W every time, but it would be nice to see effort, discipline, organized plays, without too many mistakes, even if we lose some because of bad luck.

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