I get that, but you gotta go in that situation. He's the forward that has to answer the bell when the opponent rings it. Or next game, our guys we dont want hit are gonna have giant bullseyes on them. https://m.youtube.co...h?v=Kf90_R1PEQI
Or this kind of nonsense happens. Unwritten rule in hockey that you give the other team a fight after a big hit or when a pending loss is frustrating them. Engage, and you're not going to have any bad blood.
It was a clean hit. The game was on the line. Not fighting was the right call.
well its hard to say but i will agree with you on this being a coaching problem we know goose tats are good for 3o goals and abby for 20 so what the hell is up
The book is out on tats and goose, they just need to adjust. That's the life of a smaller player at this level. They'll be better for it on the end I think. Abby can still hit 20 yet, will likely get close regardless.