Practice is all about powerplays, penalty kills, faceoffs and breakouts. Still, one can ill afford to neglect the more physical parts of hockey. At the end of practice, two apprentice pugilists stopped by for a fighting clinic with Brandon Prust, the team’s resident middleweight champ.
“I don’t know whether we can call that a class. It’s not the first time he’s tried to show me a few things, but he’s not really a great teacher,” joked Alex Galchenyuk, who was on the receiving end of Prust’s jersey tugs before the veteran turned his attention to P.K. Subban. “It only lasted one round today, but I’ll get him back. I told him we have a game tomorrow and that he shouldn’t beat me up too much. He got a few good shots in so it was a good time to stop.”
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Ask her questions, because she is the smartest. Or ask me questions, because I know some stuff? But my ask box is always open to your needs.
If you’re having trouble tagging things, here are some resources for you! I’m not a tag wrangler, but I also have some ideas about how to make metadata useful to readers (if I could teach fandom to do one thing, it would be to rate their fic; I need to know if I can read your story at work), so if you want to ask me, I can also give you advice.
Tiny Andrew Shaw with a tiny puppy. This is the cutest thing.