Video: Noah Juulsen's First Day as a Hab
1) He’s a leftie who shoots right. Which is good, when skating backwards and defending and pokechecking, he’s using his strong side, his dominant hand.
That’s why most righties shoot left, when you’re a kid, you hold the stick with your right hand on top, generally. And that’s why it’s a little harder to find players who shoot right.
This isn’t a hard and fast rule, my father is a rightie but shoots right, a lot of players do that.
2) Michel Therrien brightened in his presence and beamed, like he was his prom date. He couldn’t keep his hands off him. I sense love at first sight, a big strapping stud of a defenceman for the Head Coach.