Bernier, for his part, says he’s still trying to learn the incredibly effective cycle the Sedins have all but perfected in their years of playing on the same line.
"They cycle the puck a lot. It's fun to see; they love to control the puck. I'm starting to understand it a bit more. It's going to take me a while. The most important thing is to find out where to be to take a pass to make a quick shot. That's my next goal for the next couple of weeks."
Friday, October 3, 2008
The name "Cycle like the Sedins" was actually chosen in very early 2008, but it's always nice to feel justified in a title. Here's a little excerpt from a Nichols article: