Winnipeg coach Rick Bowness's interesting reaction after the defeat



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Winnipeg coach Rick Bowness's interesting reaction after the defeat
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Nashville Predators won 3-2 vs Winnipeg Jets. Nashville defenseman Ryan McDonagh is happy with his team's victory. Although he is aware that they could have played better, the most important thing is that they won. The Predators can learn a lot after this victory.

The most important thing is that they continue to make progress. Such victories give optimism that they can do great things. “I think we’ve got a little bit of a recipe now of how we want to win games, how we want to prepare and approach games.

It certainly wasn’t perfect at times tonight, and it hasn’t been perfect on the winning streak as well, but you’ve got to find ways to win games. That’s a great sign there. We know we can be better, and we’ll keep improving, and it’ll hopefully lead to some more consistency”.

-Ryan McDonagh said, as quoted by NHL.com!

Rick Bowness reacts

Winnipeg coach Rick Bowness had an interesting analysis of this match. His team had no consistency in this match. In some moments, it looked like they were dominating.

Already in the next moment, it looked as if they had no motive. Bowness could learn a lot from this match. It is necessary to change many things. “Give [Saros] a lot of credit, we came out of the gate hard,” -Rick Bowness said.

“Just great for 14 minutes, and I thought the last six minutes of [the first period] we started turning the pucks over when there was no need to turn pucks over inside their blue line. Then they got their game going. We got our game going because we were going north and we just kept pushing it back and taking what they were giving us, but the last six minutes of that period we started to try to make cute plays that just weren’t there”.

Rick Bowness