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Detroit Red Wings’ slow and painful “Iselplan” has finally begun to pay off – NHL Sports

When will the rebuild end? Detroit Red Wings??

“Have the reconstruction ever been completed?” Sean Hokov, Said the Red Wings player development director since the 2016-17 season. “Only when I win the Stanley Cup, the reconstruction really ends. That’s my view. Are you trying to rebuild and improve, or are you winning the Stanley Cup?”

(So ​​apparently Toronto Maple Leafs Reconstruction in 1954 …)

“The Yzerplan” is not like making a dresser from IKEA, even though many of the parts are made in Sweden.general manager Steve Yzerman When he returned to the franchise’s savior in 2019, he said, “This will take some time,” but more than two years later, no lies have been found. Despite the embarrassed coach’s frequent desire to increase the tempo at Motown, he chose to inherit the rebuild and not accelerate it.

“Obviously, these can be difficult for coaches to get through. You find someone who can help you, and you want them here as soon as possible,” Red said. Wings coach Jeff Blashill told me this week in his seventh season in Detroit. “It’s not always easy. I don’t always agree, but that’s why I’m a coach and Steve is a manager.”

This is the “Isel Plan”. Theoretically, you win the race slowly and steadily.

Painfully slow.

– NHL Sports

Detroit Red Wings’ slow and painful “Iselplan” has finally begun to pay off

https://www.espn.com/nhl/insider/story/_/id/32490840/the-detroit-red-wings-slow-painful-yzerplan-starting-pay-off Detroit Red Wings’ slow and painful “Iselplan” has finally begun to pay off

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