Soundin' Off -- the lifeboat

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

I've got nothing to say...

Going to work, don't wanna go/Feeling lowdown...

Well, after a good, hard four hours of sleep, I found my way into the barn at 8 to find them already on the ice, getting going. What followed looked like a fairly usual practice, with about a five-minute speech ("passion" and "motivation" were among the words that filtered upstairs). A little later, a passing drill got a little raggedy, and Marshall made them do pushups on every pass into a skate. (Two sets of pushups followed.) They came off at about 9:15 and went to work out, with meetings to follow.

So was it a good morning, good morning, good morning-a? Or is it more like nothing has changed; it's still the same?

Guess we'll find out this weekend, when the opposition gets a little easier.

Robert Nilsson and Wade Dubielewicz skated, by the way. Both are in day-to-day territory, though they're likely to be very cautious with Dubielewicz. Brandon Cullen, meanwhile, will be shut down for another couple of weeks. The poor man just cannot get the symptoms to stay away.


  • So was there a 2nd practice or just an early 1 w/ some push ups?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:43 PM  

  • Just one. Yeah, might have been unclear. I was referring back to Baseggio's two-a-days last year as a strong reaction to bad play. One normal (just 8 a.m.) practice.

    By Blogger Fornabaio, at 4:49 PM  

  • and then all day to sleep and watch the soaps. Great job Coach! amazing. Do 2 a day. Wake em up! Man this coach is terible....

    By Anonymous james, at 5:13 PM  

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