Drew Shore Provides Spark For USA Bronze

(above) Moving Drew Shore up to the 1st Line yesterday netted immediate results

From: USCHO.com
by Russell Jaslow

The United States needed a different game coming into the 2011 World Junior Championship bronze-medal matchup against Sweden. After the poor play in the semifinal against Team Canada, coach Keith Allain decided to mix things up. He even took the drastic measure of breaking up his top producing line of Chris Kreider-Charlie Coyle-Kyle Palmieri, moving Coyle off the line and inserting Drew Shore at center.

“I didn’t move Drew specifically to move Drew,” said Allain, who also coaches Yale. “I didn’t think our collective play was very good the other night. I was trying to find some combinations and shuffle the lines a little bit. I thought Drew responded very well.”

He did at a very crucial moment [read rest of article].


puck swami said...

Congrats to Drew and Jason for representing DU so well.

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vizoroo said...

Kudos to Drew and Jason. They deserved their medal. Glad they will be back for DU's next game