It’s not often that you get to hear your coach talk to you directly during a game, but that’s exactly what the Vegas Golden Knights general manager Dan Byrnes was able to do during the Kings’ 4-1 loss to the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.
It was a great example of how Byrnsma and his team-first approach to communication are similar to that of his own.
Here’s how Bylnsma described it to reporters following the game.
He said, “It was just a matter of talking to them on the phone, it was just talking to their assistant coaches, it wasn’t a lot of people on the ice.
That’s how it should be.” “
I think the most important thing is for players to have trust in their coaches and know what’s going on and trust the coach and their assistant, and they’re in charge of it.
That’s how it should be.”
While the Kings are certainly on their own in this regard, they’re far from alone.
Even the NHL’s newest commissioner, Gary Bettman, said it was “very important” that his players had confidence in their coach during the season.
As a result, the league has been pushing players to make their communication with their coach more personal.
In the meantime, here’s a look at the general approach of coaches and their assistants to communicating with their players during a Kings game.
Communication is a team sport As we all know, communication is a collaborative process, and in the NHL, teams communicate via video conferencing, voice and text messages, as well as face-to-face and in person.
The most important element of this communication, however, is that the communication needs to be both professional and constructive.
“If you’re going to talk to your coach, you have to respect him,” said Golden Knights coach Peter DeBoer during his weekly radio show on WCAX-AM 620, as quoted by NHL.com.
“And if you’re not going to respect your coach or his voice, you’re gonna be in a bad situation.”
This is why it’s important to keep in mind that the coach is not the only one to communicate with his players during the game, and that coaches are in charge as well.
In fact, it’s a very important thing that both coaches and assistants are aware of when they’re speaking to their players.
This is where the communication begins and ends.
“As long as you have a coach who is respectful of his players, then that’s great,” DeBoers said.
“But if you have guys that are going to say, ‘I’m going to hit you on your head,’ then you’ve got to be careful because you’re in a situation where it’s not acceptable.”
The importance of communication between the coach, assistant and players As the season continues, the conversation about communication between teams will only grow in importance.
This year, DeBoors’ team had an off-season to improve its communication practices, including hiring more staff and making changes to the way the team communicated during games.
He’s also been in touch with players and coaches to find out what their feedback is on how the team is communicating and to help improve the way he and his staff communicate with their team.
“We want to make sure that our coaches and the players have trust and respect in each other,” Deboers said, as reported by the Los Angeles Times.
“So, I think we need to have a good relationship and a good communication with our players and our assistant.
We need to get along, but I think that’s the biggest thing that we need, is we need a good interaction with our guys.”
DeBores’ comments are certainly an indication that the Golden Knights are trying to improve their communication practices with their coaching staff.
DeBoERS also spoke to the media on the weekend, where he mentioned that players and their coaches should use “common sense” during games, as he explained during his radio show.
“For me, the most obvious thing is to have confidence in our coaches, but if the coaches don’t feel confident in us, I don’t think we can do it,” Debos said.
The Golden Knights were also asked what they’re looking to improve on during the upcoming season, but the answer to that was the same as it was when DeBoering spoke to reporters: communication.
The key for the Golden Knight coaching staff is to keep the communication within the team and between the players and the coaches, and the best way to do this is to not talk to the coach during a team game.
“That’s why I always tell the players, we’re in this together.
We’re in the same room.
We work with each other every day.
So, we need each other to have respect for each other,