This was about more than just understanding defensive-zone coverages or forechecking schemes or breakouts. Heck, this was about more than just having some dynamic offensive players in Rick Nash and Mats Zuccarello on the flanks in order to help 18-year-old Filip Chytil with the start of his NHL career. Instead, this was about total acclimation...
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2013 - FILIP TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
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