NHL PLAYOFFS–3 LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT HOCKEY

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Well, sad to say, the Montreal Canadians lost out to Boston Bruins in the competition for advancing towards the Stanley Cup.

However, they played a great game, a strong series, defying some of the odds due to injuries.

Despite the fact that my chosen team did not win, I learned a few things about hockey:

  1. Too many players on the ice is a no-no.
  2. Refereeing can make or break a game.
  3. Concussions are an all-too-frequent hazard of this professional sport.
Seems to me that team camaraderie  & mentorship play a great role in support as teams battle the odds.
Hockey is like that for sure.
Question for other sports fans: have you learned anything lately from some of your favourite teams?
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Author: Patricia McGoldrick

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