Reefer2 wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:25 am
NHL has a long season and he has never played this many games?
Moved to another country
Has to respond to reporters after every game
Has idiots dancing by his car
Has the weight of an entire nation on his shoulders
Is whacked/hacked and pushed in every game
Has the glare of being a possible rookie of the year award
Take all that into account and it is no wonder that he is tired at the end of this season. Now that he is a full time Canuck he will have the ability to access the trainers and have help on diet etc. in the off season. Sorry Per but I prefer he take the summer off and concentrate on next season, hopefully to reach the 90 point plateau.
--He likes to play lots.
--He likes Canada. Lots of Swedes do.
--He likes making idiots of reporters.
--Some of them are women.
--Which nation. Canada? Sweden? or Canuck's nation?
--Whacks back. Hacks back. Pushes back in every game.
..If glaring was a criteria for Rookie of the Year Award, it was decided in October.
Take that all into account and I still think he has a minor boo-boo, nothing more.
He'll Rock the World's.
He has access to the best trainers now but if that's classified as an ability, like everything else in hockey, I'm sure he'll be good at it.
90 points is realistic but depends not only on his own wellbeing but that of his team-mates as well.