Monday, September 13, 2010

Hunt wants urgency from team

From Greg Harder
It's harvest time for the Regina Pats.

After dropping their third straight WHL pre-season game on Saturday -- a 7-3 setback versus the host Brandon Wheat Kings -- Pats head coach Curtis Hunt appropriately used a farming analogy to describe his team's plight.

"What's going on is we're really starting to separate the wheat from the chaff," offered Hunt. "(We're starting to see) who wants to be a player, who's willing to pay the price, who's willing to pay attention to detail and who's just out for a skate."

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SAJ said...

In relation to this, was I the only one who saw Mappin really doggin it alot out there on friday? It was especially noticable during that last play in the 3rd period when he just watched Brandon's transition game set up the almost game winning shot that went off the post.

Talent/intangible wise he is a shoe in for the team...but as a 20 year old "leader", definitely not.

Kevin Shaw said...

SAJ... totally agree with your assessment.