Sunday, October 16, 2011

What Dave Feschuk got right!

In the Mecca of Hockey we have a brave Sports Journalist that dares to tell everyone that the Emperor is naked.

Perhaps, this is not exactly what happened - but for many Floorball fans is sure felt like it - as we read this article:

Let me in this post just emphasis a few things he said that is right and bulls eye on what we think too.

Mr. Ferschuk is a Mythbuster - he kills any further ideas about that Lacrosse??? and any relation.. to do with Ice Hoceky? What is Lacrosse by the way, (editorial note)?
Mr. Ferschuck is an Ice breaker, he is the first one in big time media that fully relates Floorball to Hockey in a constructive context in Americas.
Mr. Ferschuck clearly defines the relation of Zorro-ing to goals made by Hockey players raised on Floorball too.
The one thing he develop and address in a fully excellent manner is how the "constructive" game of Floorball with less injuries - may help any Hockeyplayer to get out from tight or tricky situations. Since a Floorballplayer may not smack down or push the other player away - as he may do on the ice - well, Then... he must come up with new creative and constructive ways to solve tight and tricky situations....
To me this describes on how Neanderthal becomes human and starts to think...... Wanna try that?

Last - Mr. Feschuk hints that he does not like the name Floorball - agree and we have a new post boiling in this issue only. And I think the IFF must be talking about this since the name seems to pose a problem. A name post will describe this in detail, soon....

Floorballcentral hereby nominates Mr. Feschuk to the Purlitzer price! Bravest Journalist that sees clear and understands sport.

OK, I think he miss one vital point as he say that the Olympic ticket is not stamped yet. And I think several other sides of the "Creative edge" that he describes is left out. In a couple of days I will develop this more in detail. Perhaps I will call this text:
What Dave Feschuk missed! The creative edge for Hockey players developed...


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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!