The head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Mike Sullivan, uses the forced break in the national hockey League (NHL) to become a better driver.
It is also due to this that all his staff do the same.
“This time death is an opportunity for us to become better, said Sullivan during an interview at a local radio station on Thursday. We read books and we talk with other people. We try to become better leaders, and this, so that we can be better-for the players on their return.”
The 52 year old man has also stated that he made sure to have regular interactions with her skaters.
“We’re still in contact. We have done a lot of video conferencing where we have the opportunity to see each other. It is important. I talk with my coaches and my players. We try to stay in touch with all the world,” he said.
Recall that the activities of the NHL have been put on pause on the 12th of march last, and that for the time being, no recovery plan has not yet been mentioned.
Sullivan took advantage of his interview to give an update on the state of health of his attacker Jake Guentzel.
“Jake continues his rehabilitation as we had planned,” said the driver. […] Jake feel really in shape now. However, it has not yet had the chance to skate.”
The American 25-year-old had injured a shoulder last December 30 during a game against the Ottawa Senators. He also underwent surgical intervention.
In 39 games this season, Guentzel has amassed 20 goals and 23 assists for 43 points.