Re: the great one
He's also got a good head on his shoulders for managing the game. He's been looking after the Canadian team for a while now with some fantastic results.
He was the greatest in the game because he understood it. He understood how to setup plays and where to be. If he the players can gleen even that much knowledge from them, even a ham-fisted player like Domi could be a play maker. If you're always in the right spot at the right time, you're bound to put something in the net with even the least fancy moves. I say the guys will be lucky to have him as a coach.
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