Stephen Stemkosa McTavish

I can not throw him under the wheels of the bus, so my opinion – the judge. McTavish: I think the players the Flyers. Complete loss of composure on their part. Yes, it was a sneaky trick, but how they behaved after it simply became a reason for their defeat. Peck: I also think that the Flyers. They need to realize the position in which they are in this season. They should think about playoffs. Judges sometimes make mistakes, and players the Flyers have to learn to treat them more appropriately.

Question number 3: Hot on the heels of disqualification Darcy Tucker for excessive contact, it not time to enter the forwarding without touching washer? McTavish: Yes, it’s time. I was in Europe, where such forwarding take place to be, and this makes the game more speed, but also reduces the number of bad incidents. McKenzie: I think, yes. We sit in the studio and discuss it again and Again, many people in the media and fans are also discussing this. Every time when general managers meet, talk about it – short. They say no – we say yes. Peck: Yes, absolutely.

I was a player who went beyond side of one of these incidents, and this requires change. Question number 4: Whom would you choose to Team Canada for the World Cup in the first place: Ryan Getslafa, Rick Nash, Dion or Stephen Fanefa Stemkosa? Peck: Stephen Stemkosa. This guy guy could easily be in the team of 2010 in Vancouver, and I think that would be joined on this journey with an incredible amount of motivation. He is waiting for Sochi, and with seven goals in the last year, he is one of the best Canadian players. McKenzie: I agree with the option “Stemkos. He’s absolutely fine young player. I do not think I would have chosen Getslafa or Nash – guys who were at the Olympics, or Martin St. Louis, which is nearing completion of his career, and probably quite strongly disappointed by the fact that he was not in Vancouver. I would like to choose a young guy. McTavish: Even Craig McTavish understands that the “Olympians” – fools.

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