Pacioretty Ready For His First Olympic Experience
Feb. 5, 2014
Accustomed to coaching some of the best players in the NHL on a nightly basis, Dan Bylsma recognizes world-class talent when he sees it.
Having seen Max Pacioretty torch his Pittsburgh Penguins for two goals at the Bell Centre in November, Bylsma knows how quickly the young power forward can change a game. About to count the 25-year-old winger among his crop of American Olympians looking to mine gold in Sochi, the Team USA bench boss has already experienced Pacioretty's ability to be a difference-maker on the ice.
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