they fight too:
and even dance ;-)!
Just a little post to lighten us up today.
And some other stuff I read recently:
It sure looks like in Hockey one can have both! Brains and Brawns!
The hockey clubs of Yale, Harvard and Cornell achievement in mens' hockey all prove that !
IMO, the need for fast and felixible reasoning plus superb physical condition makes a great hockey player!
Of course I am somewhat biased.
And here are the current crop of college candidates for NHL drafts:
|Round||Pick||NHL team||Player||Position||College team|
|1||15||N.Y. Rangers||J.T. Miller||C||North Dakota (2011)|
|1||20||Phoenix||Connor Murphy||D||Miami (2011)|
|1||22||Toronto||Tyler Biggs||RW||Miami (2011)|
Compared to all draft choices the number IS small.
And here is some WILD news:
The San Jose Sharks traded a package headlined by forward Devin Setoguchi to the Minnesota Wild for Brent Burns. The Sharks paid a steep price to acquire the 26-year-old Burns.
The 24-year-old Setoguchi, a 30-goal scorer who hasn't even reached his prime yet.
Brodin at 17 is too young for next season playing as Aeros or wild.
Phillips at 19 will/may be an Aeros!
And Coyle, hmmm, he would be a very attractive addition to the Aeros, wouldn't he, ladies?