03/01/06
COACH'S CORNER WITH DAVE CAMERON

On Jeff Glass being re-assigned from Charlotte (ECHL)…
“Well I haven’t seen enough to have a real good opinion of what he is, other than the fact that he’s having a pretty good year in the East Coast league and was an all-star for them down there.  But this is a different level and he’s going to get a chance up here; when and where I’m not exactly sure, but I’m sure he’s going to get to play some games here eventually and it’s an opportunity for him to prove that he can play at this level consistently.”
 
On Brandon Bochenski and the spark he has brought to the offense…
“Well, it’s not about points for Brandon.  You know, he gets those, that’s his strength.  He goes to the net and pucks seem to find him when he gets opportunities and he knows how to score.  For him to be a real good National Hockey League player, because I think that he has proven he can play and score at this level, he’s got to work on the things away from the puck and he’s made big strides in that area.  And if he continues to improve in that area, he’s got a long, long career ahead of him.”
 
On the play of Charlie Stephens and Jeff Heerema this season…
“I think Charlie and Jeff have proven that they can play in this league and proven that they can be good players in this league.  It’s up to them now to take it to the next level and be stars in this league and maybe get a shot back at the National Hockey League.  For them to have 50 points (Heerema has 51 and Stephens has 45) and to say that’s over (expectations), no it’s not.  They’re good players and the big thing with them is the consistency, game in and game out, not to have four or five big games and then disappear.  Consistency is a big challenge for everyone at this level.”
 
On the weeks of four games in five nights compared to two games a week…
“Well four in five is too many and playing two a week is not enough.  You have to find some type of happy medium in there, but this time of year, you know, teams know how they have to play.  Teams have practiced enough and they know how to play.  Practice is a little less important, I think, at this time.  It’s just a matter of staying fresh and staying sharp and making sure everything you do is preparing for the games; in terms of rest, eating right and maximizing your recovery time.”

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