Patrice Bergeron making a case for being best defensive forward ever
Respected by veterans, adored by young players, worshipped by nerds, Patrice Bergeron might be the best defensive forward in NHL history. Imagine taking the ice with two linemates. One is the guy you play with every day, your longtime friend, someone
Clinical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology
Tom has been researching hockey for the past 35 years. Throughout his passion for hockey, The Legendary Game - Ultimate Hockey Trivia" includes more than 1000 trivia facts of the history of hockey covering more than 100 years of Canada's favourite sport. This exciting edition chronicals the feats of everybody from the Hall-of-Famers to the infamous. The trivial facts includes everything from the pros to amateurs to international competitions.
Written by a foremost expert in the field, this hands-on, evidence-based guide describes how to conduct a comprehensive forensic neuropsychological evaluation and provide expert testimony. All steps are covered--from selecting, scoring, and interpreting tests to writing reports and responding to cross-examination--with special attention to assessing noncredible performance. The book identifies seven common flaws of forensic neuropsychological reports and shows how to avoid them. Excerpts from testimony transcripts illustrate ways neuropsychologists can protect their reports from attack. Also featured are case illustrations and a sample report.
The signing of Alexander Radulov caught many Habs fans off guard. The offensively-minded, electric Radulov of years past was a joy to watch when his game was on, and midsummer reports this past offseason indicated his off-ice issues had subsided. Three games into the season, Radulov appears to be the player Bergevin has been looking for at bargain bin rates in years past. Briere, Vanek, Semin, Parenteau - every one was brought in by Marc Bergevin to supplement an inconsistent offense. With the exception of Parenteau, every one failed. Radulov appears - at least at these early stages - to be different. That difference lies in the game that Radulov plays away from the puck, a strong 200-foot game that pressures the opposition and commands possession of the puck. One goal and an even rating through three games belies a 54. 1% CF - good for first on the team. But had you played a word-association game with Montreal fans in the summer, the name Radulov might have brought forth a number of lukewarm responses - no doubt among them “risky,” “selfish” and “enigmatic. And while many expected the sorely stereotyped “enigmatic” player from overseas, Radulov appears to wear his game on his sleeve. Instead of echoing the failed experiment of those before him, Radulov’s strength and vision have recalled a European superstar of a different ilk - more Petr Forsberg than Alex Semin. In the third period of Tuesday’s game against the Penguins , Radulov held his stick with one hand while a defender put pressure on him from behind. The winger’s immense strength was on display as he protected the puck and moved it to a teammate, a small play in a game that had Montreal holding a commanding lead. The indications are that Radulov left KHL money on the table to become a Canadien, and to this point, his play has been inspired. Radulov’s intensity on the ice has been apparent. In his post-game interview with Sportsnet’s Kyle Bukauskus, a game-weary Radulov looked like he might have just finished a UFC match. This Radulov is not purely a skilled scorer. he’s a power forward capable just as capable as running through an opponent as dangling around one. Montreal wanted a Radulov, and Radulov wanted Montreal.
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Daniel Brière - Wikipedia
Daniel Jean-Claude "Danny" Brière (born October 6, 1977) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. He was drafted in the first round of the 1996 NHL Entry ...
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