Coach Hunter Keeps His Cool as Caps Advance

Washington Post

The most unemotional man in North America finally raised his voice an octave between the third period and overtime of the most taut, pulsating NHL playoff series anyone could remember on either side.

“He simply said, ‘This is the best thing in the world when it comes to playoff hockey,’ Matt Hendricks said of Dale Hunter, the all-action, no-talk coach of the Washington Capitals. “He almost talked as if he was a player, which was very unique and outstanding to hear.”

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