His career path very much overlaps with that of his new boss Grevers, who like Hayden spent time as a volunteer assistant at Northwestern. Grevers was also the head coach at Wildcat Aquatics form , including about 2 years of overlap with Hayden there.
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Hottest comment thread. Vote Up 8 -7 Vote Down Reply. His 11 goals placed him in a tie for 12th among OHL defensemen.
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Boqvist led London's defensemen in scoring with 60 points , with Bouchard checking in second with 53 points As a rookie, Regula had 25 points As a rookie, he accumulated 22 penalty minutes. Center Liam Foudy led the Knights with a plus As a rookie, Regula was a plus for London. He had four goals and five assists with the man-advantage after not registering a single power-play point as a rookie.
Detroit native shows steady improvement on the blueline for OHL's London Knights
He was an even player and was assessed one minor penalty. Five of his six total playoff points came on the power play. Both of his goals came with the man-advantage, including one game-winner, and he also dished out three helpers on the PP. In London's four playoff games in his rookie campaign, Regula was held scoreless, was minus-1 and was issued two penalty minutes.
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Quotable: "I think Alec started off a little bit slow, he'll tell you that much to his credit, but I thought he played much better in the second half. It was a little bit different for most of the second half, we saw him play net-front on the power play. Listen, when you're a kid drafted in juniors you're trying to develop all parts of your game, both offensive and defensive. They had a pretty stacked blueline power play-wise there in London and it was nice for him to get out there and play first PP. Steve Yzerman does things a little bit different, ultimately, it's going to be up to his decision to offer a contract , but there's no pressure to sign these guys early, that's something that's kind of reserved for first-round draft picks.
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He Steve kind of explained to everyone that came in for development camp about that playing for a contract. Steve told them to just go out there and play their game and that stuff will take care of it with time. He's a big kid, he can skate well, he's like a lot of other young players that just need to get stronger, he's no different. Next year he should play a large role on that team with them losing some returning 'D.
He wanted to work out, he knew he had to put some work in, he was in the gym in mid-May, so it was unfortunate he got slowed a little bit by the injury and he wasn't able to participate in development camp, but he's getting better and there's still lots of summer left in front of him.