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“His first game with the national team, he was the seventh defenseman, playing less than 10 minutes a game and now he’s on the ice during the overtime, running the power play and never getting off the ice,” Fischer said. “His game and his confidence has grown tremendously during these games and now he just needs to remember to not do too much and keep things going that made him successful - playing a solid game that makes everyone on the ice better.”
Love this quote. Filip Hronek is going to make an impact next season for the Red Wings. Watch him start out on the 3rd pair and slowly gain the trust of Jeff Blashill and work his way up the pecking order.
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I bet no one saw this coming.