One of the best recommendation usually comes courtesy of a telephone name from Wallaceburg, Ont., right-winger Seth Griffith’s hometown.
It is his dad, Brian, who watches all of his video games on-line. His father’s mantra is often the identical, imploring his 27-year-old son to be extra of a scorer and fewer of a distributer.
“I nonetheless get heck from my dad on a regular basis to shoot the puck,” says Griffith with a smile. “And other people right here, too.”
Previous to his seve...