The Dallas Stars want to take advantage of the return to play in the national hockey League (NHL) to surprise their rivals in their association, all the more that they are part of the four teams from the West who will participate in the minitournoi to the round to the position of first head of series.
Training texas bataillera with the Blues of St. Louis, the Colorado Avalanche and the Golden Knights Vegas in early August. Also, it wants to build a good chemistry in the team, first and foremost. The long inactivity since the beginning of the crisis of the sars coronavirus represents, of course, a major obstacle, but no one in the Stars do not panic.
“This is an excellent opportunity. I think everyone believes that the odds are fair. Person’s not going to happen on a good or a bad sequence. Everyone is in relatively good health and we share all of the same point. I believe that the team who will be able to better regroup will have the best probabilities,” commented the attacker Jason Dickinson to the site NHL.com.
To do this, the Stars have already secured their rear, in the words of their general manager, Jim Nill. It was pointed out that his organization had done a good job to allow players to resume the work to the inside of the facility located in Frisco. The third phase of the recovery plan of the NHL is to begin Monday, but the Stars are not starting from scratch.
“As managers, our priority is to get through this phase 3, said Nill. This is what will help us define how the series will unfold, as we need to adjust, stay healthy, and we prepare for the games, mentally and physically.”
The objective remains the same. “We’ll be there with a winning mentality. From day 1, we will be ready to offer the best,” said the DG.
The aspects to work
The troupe of the chief instructor Rick Bowness wants to improve, while building on its strengths. Since the start of the pilot Jim Montgomery on 10 December, it has kept a record of 20-13-5 and it is important to keep the recipe for its success.
“Our main goal is to increase our time of possession of the puck, has admitted Bowness. We will never lose our identity; we are a club hard to play against with our defensive. What we want is for it to become hard to control by the means of our offensive. This means you have the puck. We believe we can improve our statistics in attack and it starts with possession of the disc.”