"But he's also let these players dictate how they're going to be coached," Roenick said. "He's taken away morning skates to allow the guys the ability to prepare and put all their efforts out on the ice for a game. He's allowed them to have a voice. And if those players don't respond the way they're supposed to, he lets them know about it."
"There's more attention to detail, more attention to other players' tendencies and a lot more video and technology that has allowed coaching to be that much better," Roenick said. "Players on teams are more prepared game in and game out."