Yeah, and I realize that plus-minus certainly isn't the end-all/be-all of stats. But when your on the ice for that many goals. . . . .
OK, we've made it through the run of questions, and still have about 20-25 minutes left. Now's your chance if you want to get a question in.
Those are all very good questions. I think you've framed the in-house discussion/evaluation pretty well. I do think he's faster than Fabbri though, don't you?
I had not heard that about Fisher, but makes sense due to his Tennessee ties _ he still has a place outside Nashville as far as I know _ and I think he's only interested in being a head coach if he gets back in the game. But they've hired the new coach already, haven't they? So I guess the interviews didn't go all that well for either of them.
I'll have to check into that. And thanks for that. You never know when you're going to get a news tip.
Regardless of the team, you like to see them competing with their best. So that's obviously a shame for Tampa Bay. If they can do as well without Kucherov as the Blues did without Tarasenko, they'll be lucky. The Blues remember had their highest scoring regular season last year in terms of average goals per game since 1994-95 even though they were without Tarasenko for 61 of 72 games.
Without knowing the extent of the injury, that seems a little optimistic given the compressed nature of this hockey season.
We've still got time to squeeze in 2 or 3 more questions if anyone's got anything else. But thanks so much for the kind words. Happy holidays to you, and stick taps to all the readers who kept this chat going EVERY WEEK and filled with (mostly) interesting questions since hockey originally shut down on March 11.
Isn't that just San Jose? (I believe they're playing in Arizona.)
OK, that's it for this week. Looks like Bud Light won a very balanced helmet ad poll with 32%. Anheuser-Busch will be happy. Thanks for playing. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all. Until next week. . . .