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Devil's head coach Guy Boucher shook Senator lines



Guy Boucher has seen enough.

He can not sit anymore.

Since options have been limited, coach Ottawa Senatore has sent a coach in the Canadian Shooting Chain, on Sunday afternoon practice, changing all the combinations of the lines and executing simulators that are physically involved.

Husband lost four slumps of slavery and premiered in November 2018 against Columbus Blue Jackets. On Saturday, Boucher broke Mark Stone, Colin White, and Brady Tkachuk's top line.

Chris Tierney Tkachuk and Stone and White, along with Matt Duchene and Bobby Ryan, made the most significant change in Ryan Dzingel's winger Tom Pyatt and Nick Paul's fourth line.

Saturday 3-2 The loss of Washington Capitals, Senatore still lacking four regulars – including Craig Anderson goalkeeper – but that's no excuse.

"I want more than what you saw in the second and third season," said Boucher on Sunday, on the Senator Charter flight to Columbus. "We are not too perimeter.

"We've got too many battles to train and (use) the perimeter and space you're looking for. Most of the game, you have to load the game. I love the white line, it's unbelievable, but we can not be a single team and we're the last."

Senators from now on, Colin White, on the left, and Mark Stone Stone celebrate their third victory against Washington on Saturday night. They played very well, but on Sunday they practiced skating on different lines.

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CANADIAN PRESS

Boucher said he had to try something new to break the white trio, because the senators were not part of the plan for rebuilding success and success.

"These three boys (White, Stone and Tkachuk) have worked so hard and they see it very well, but we have to have a team," added Boucher. "I do not want to split the line, but I have to expand the elements of my hard work."

However, there is a risk, but Boucher made decisions and the Senators won 3-8-1 for the last 12 National Hockey League games. In 2018, the fifth race of the end will be lost to mounting frustration, and some of them are clear.

Dzingel, an unlimited free agent, has not signed up before July 1, has no hope. With three goals and three games, he has played 13 games in December and will not be cut. When Boucher talks about boys who have to pay the price, Dzingel is one of those.

Players do not like some of the decisions made by Boucher and his assistants, but he is revolving around Senators' barges.

"There's a risk of going home and falling down my stairs," said Boucher. "Although I'm always endanger myself, I might be able to sit on my couch as well. It's always a decision to go forward.

"One thing I know is that they always come back and return again (White, Stone, Tkachuk), but I know that, if that is the only line with the only identity I want, then there's not a lot of fun. We need to open it right now and maybe Being hard-working is a tough game, Colon is a very hard team.

"We will not be the dexterity of anybody, we do not do that. We do not have a harder time with the opponent, we are not at the top. If we show the last two games, we had the best of the New York Islands (Friday).

"We had a better second and third team (against Washington), but we did not need a match against the opponent. We need to find combinations that will give you 60 days, payment for the price, puck in the first place, checks for plays, block plans, projection, Fighting on the net. This is an identity. "

Boucher would not look new.

"The biggest danger is nothing and nothing happens, and that's the worst thing in my life. Nothing," said Boucher. "For me, shake, search, try it, adjust it, renew it and fix it again and imagine your best combinations ".

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