The Flyers’ Radko Gudas has stopped being a goon. Can his change of heart last? | Mike Sielski

So over the summer, Gudas sat in front of his computer and watched clip after clip of himself on the ice, searching for two disparate things: moments when he had gone too far, and moments when — out of concern that he’d commit a penalty — he had not gone far enough. It was on him, he said, to re-teach himself when to crunch bones and when to back off. He was asked if he had learned how to do that, and he turned around, bent down, and knocked his right fist against the wooden bench in the Flyers dressing room.

from Sports


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