Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Hemsky, Stoll, the Show

Spurred by a discussion over at Lowetide:

Hemsky is going to be one to watch this year. He's got nothing to lose and he's had a chance to stretch his legs and settle into a more mature role as a player. This just might be his break out year (knock on wood).

LT mentioned a healthy Stoll and I have to agree. He was setting the ice on fire while he was concussion-less last season. If he can get a little more control to balance his enthusiasm he's going to be an unpleasant player to square off against.

Our boys have been working hard, conditioning themselves well, and I can't help but think that there's going to be a lot of really phenomenal individual performances to look forward to this year.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lowetide is the best of the best of the best :)

Hemsky proclaimed he's ready for the next level; I hope this year is it.
Stoll was evolving big time before he was put out of commisson. Don't like to have expectations generally, but I am expecting Stoll to pick up where he left off.

I'm eager to see what a Smyth-less team will be like.