Byron keeps going...and going.

In game four of the President's Cup finals, Paul Byron had a three-point night as Gatineau defeated Rouyn-Noranda, 4-1. After assisting on the first two Olympiques markers, the CHL's goal scoring leader added his 21st on a second period power play. As is often the case when Gatineau takes the ice, Byron also led the way in blocked shots with four. Ahead in the series 3-1, Gatineau will look to skate the Cup, and advance to the 2008 Memorial Cup in Kitchener, Ontario with a win on Friday.
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Chainshot
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Wednesday, May 07, 2008 ×

One thing that struck me while watching that game tonight was just how often he goes to the net with and without the puck. It's the same thing Briere, St. Louis and other successful small players do -- get to the net and good things will happen. He had plenty of opportunities tonight. He made things happen.

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Kris Baker
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Thursday, May 08, 2008 ×

It's that ability to "find the seams" that we've discussed before...That shiftiness allows him to make plays, and a bitch to handle on the forecheck.

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