Chicago Blackhawks Head Coach Calls Out a Major Attitude Issue With Bedard

Published October 4, 2023 at 12:14
BY SKY
     
Connor Bedard, an 18-year-old hockey prodigy with generational talent, has recently raised concerns about his attitude in the NHL.

Despite his exceptional skills, Bedard's stoic celebration following his first NHL-level goal, an empty-netter, has sparked questions about his approach to the game.


Chicago Blackhawks' head coach Luke Richardson has addressed these concerns, acknowledging Bedard's self-critical nature, which can be both an asset and a challenge.


Blackhawks head coach addresses the issue...

"[Bedard is] hard on himself, so we're going to have to lighten him up and make sure he enjoys these times. Because wins in the NHL are hard to come by - and once it starts for real, they're really hard to come by. We have to make sure we enjoy the night and have a little fun when you win a game.


Richardson emphasizes the need for Bedard to strike a balance between excellence and enjoyment. While Bedard's pursuit of perfection is commendable, it's crucial to savor victories and even find humor in the game's challenges. Can Bedard harness his exceptional talent while maintaining the joy of playing?

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