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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed dropping the puck in the faceoff circle, Wings/Leafs including saying no one is afraid of Detroit.

Cherry also talked about handling goalies, the goalie nets and a few more topics...

 

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He’s an old coot. Comparing Nyquist and Lucic in the physicality department. LOL.

Posted by fromdowntown on 03/29/14 at 08:11 PM ET

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Lucic - Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 games played:72 Goals:21 Assists: 32 Points: 53

Nyquist: Height 5-10 Weight 169 games played: 49 Goals: 26 Assists: 18 Points: 44

These are not comparable players in anyway. So the bigger guy hits harder and the smaller guy is on a much higher point production pace. SO????

Posted by brians neck on 03/29/14 at 10:48 PM ET

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Suck it Grapes! On a NOTHING play he expects the hottest goalscorer in the league to risk slamming into Milan Lucic?

Cling to your precious Maple Leafs, Cherry…imagine ZERO Canadian clubs in the playoffs!

Who’s afraid of the Octopus now?

Posted by The Hurricane on 03/29/14 at 11:15 PM ET

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Meant Gunnarson, not Lucic….the point being the same…was fired up by the prior post. Still shocked that you call that ‘soft hockey’ knowing full well the Griffinwings are decimated by injury and struggling to put up numbers.

Posted by The Hurricane on 03/29/14 at 11:28 PM ET

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Thank you Don for the motivation!

Posted by Bushay on 03/30/14 at 12:30 AM ET

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The softest thing in Toronto tonight is Don Cherry’s pillow.

No team has reason to be particularly afraid of any other team in the league. Every team, in their own right, is a dangerous opponent. That’s why you play the games.

Posted by Alan from Atlanta on 03/30/14 at 04:01 AM ET

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