Pete M Posted March 14, 2015 Share Posted March 14, 2015 There is a saying 50% of sport is mental and 50% is actual true talent, skill and ability? Canuck's management goal this year is making the playoffs...but once in, are they happy with just making the playoffs? The players are hearing this from JB, WD, and TL...so when they do actually make the playoffs, then will the players mentally be satisfied? OR will they refocus and start preparing for battle...because this is when the real hockey begins. This is when the team needs to be playing their best hockey, they need to be focused and bring energy, physical play and execute their game plan. There is no room for inconsistent play. They need to bring their best effort every game. Point is...first step is making the playoffs, but the second step is finding the kller instinct and belief that the Stanley Cup is the ONLY goal and not to be satisfied until the Canucks are raising the cup over their heads. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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