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Shane Wright Curses Out Teams Head Coach Already


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Tyler
September 29, 2022  (0:19)
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Surely most any hockey player touted to be selected first overall in the NHL Draft would be upset if they slipped.

That was certainly the case with Shane Wright, he was visibly displeased when walking to the stage after being selected fourth overall by the Seattle Kraken.
Not much was taken from the glares towards the Habs management draft table, but during a recent practice the entitled ways of Mr. Wright seemed to emerge again?
During a french radio broadcast, Mattias Brunet shared an interesting fact about the Kraken's first round selection in the 2022 Draft, with BPM Sports.
Shane Wright scored a great goal in an inter-squad game with 10 seconds remaining, the winning goal. A typical shot, a good shot!
And he (Dave Hakstol, the Kraken head coach) said, 'You got the goal and I got a lot of other stuff.
Wright said: ' F*ck that, I was like, 'I'm going to reporting'' is good. I am an open-minded person. Just because people like (Juraj) Slafkovsky doesn't mean Wright isn't good or the other way around.
That's the flower side. They said they were going to give him every chance to start in the National League. But I was watching a podcast with the beat guy from Seattle and apparently a couple of times on the ice during practice he threw tantrums at the American League coaches. It worried him. At one point, Dan Bylsma gave instructions, Wright glared back, almost as if he was thinking: ''What is that!?''
Wright certainly has the tools, IQ and playing ability, but is his piss poor attitude going to be a detriment to his success?
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Shane Wright Curses Out Teams Head Coach Already

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