Day two saw more of the same type of drills and Coach Dean Chynoweth feeling his players out. The two groups of players did not change from the first day and neither did the pace. We were given a look into how coach Chynoweth wanted his offense to be as the day went on. A strong 4 skater attack entering the zone was emphasized over and over. Practice times were shortened from the hour long sessions the day before to roughly 45 minutes due to an intersquad scrimmage that was to take place later in the day.
Sarah, Head Writer
That is me^. I started watching the Colorado Avalanche when I was still learning how to walk and talk. My cat is named after Alex Tanguay (the man who scored the two goals in game seven of the 2001 Stanley Cup Championship). I am terrified of tornadoes, and the Vancouver Canucks winning the Stanley Cup.
Todd Mathias, Lake Erie Monsters Contributor
Native Clevelander all my life, avid hockey, baseball and motorsports fan in that order. Always willing to talk hockey with anyone who will listen and gladly introduce anyone who wants to the game of hockey. Twitter: @MetalTodd