The list keeps getting longer.
Theearned a rather large come-from-behind victory against the on Saturday, scoring with 71 seconds to tie the game before winning it in a shootout, 3-2, and Guy Boucher certainly enjoyed the 65 minutes of action.
But that’s it.
“I think It’s a team game and it should be decided with team play, but I understand that the game has got to end,” Boucher. “I don’t know, I got into a habit of not looking, it makes no difference that I look or not, so I let the guys do their thing.
“I used to get involved, and talk to the guys, and you can do this and that, and I just stay out of the way now.”
Asked again if he truly doesn’t watch any of the attempts, Boucher was straight and to the point.
He relies on the sounds from his bench, and the crowd, to let him know what happened.
With the win Saturday, Ottawa improved to 4-1 in shootouts. So Boucher's probably going to want to continue not watching, while also sending the right guys over the bench. It's working.
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