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    • CommentTimeJul 13th 2017
     
    Will Lockwood had a two day holiday in Whistler and Vancouver last week.

    What could be better? A lot. Shoulder surgery in April has a way of messing up your July. No white water rafting or the Grouse Grind. Just a scavenger hunt and some sightseeing.

    Had the Vancouver Canucks third round 2016 draft pick been able to participate in the development camp and compete in the Summer Showdown, http://www.vancanucksjersey.com/sven-baertschi-jersey-c-6.html it would have been a most excellent adventure for the 19 year old Bloomfield Hills, Mich., native.

    However, his impressive freshman season at the University of Michigan was cut short when he suffered a separated left shoulder Dec. 10 when he slammed into the boards while playing the puck. Three weeks later, the right winger returned and aggravated the injury, but the manner in which he suffered the ailment — leading to April 30 surgery — was a window on his competitive world.

    Lockwood was killing a penalty, and even though he was holding up his injured shoulder, he stayed on the ice and blocked a shot before finally making it to the bench.


    Will Lockwood soaked up hockey lessons from legendary University of Michigan head coach Red Berenson, who recently stepped down. Kurt Svoboda / University of Michigan Athletics
    “Will has got a lot of will,” said legendary Wolverines coach Red Berenson, who has stepped away after 33 years behind the bench.

    “He’s got a lot of drive and mental toughness. He brings it.”

    It’s why Lockwood has been compared to Jannik Hansen with his all in tenacity and a fearless focus. If anything, Lockwood sometimes played too **** a 5 foot 11, 172 pound frame that needs to mature as much as his smart, yet bold Sven Baertschi Jersey, game.

    “I had a couple of separations and had to decide whether to rehab it or have the surgery,” Lockwood said Wednesday. “There was a likelihood it separation would have happened again without the surgery, so it was the best call. I want to make it to the next level as soon as possible and the best way for me was to have the surgery.

    “And when I’m ready to make that leap, I don’t want to have any problems. I don’t want to really change my game too much.”

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    Lockwood was leading Michigan in scoring when he suffered the first separation http://www.vancanucksjersey.com/alexander-edler-jersey-c-20.html and his eight goals and 12 assists in 30 games were encouraging on a club that struggled to score. He played more of a two way game in the United States Hockey League with the U.S national under 18 team, but moving on to Michigan was imperative on several fronts.

    His father was in Berenson’s first recruiting class in 1984, and soaking up the knowledge and direction from a legend in college coaching was going to put Lockwood’s advancement on fast forward.

    “It was a huge learning experience in moving up from the USHL, and the biggest eye opener for me was just understanding what it takes to play at that college level,” added Lockwood. “It’s not where you can just go and take a day off. You have to be ready to play every day.

    “And I was very fortunate to play for Red Berenson and learn from him. He’s still a coach at heart and somebody you can always reach out to if you have a question. He’s definitely not done with helping the program. He will be around and helping out when he can http://www.vancanucksjersey.com/luca-sbisa-jersey-c-24.html but he just decided to step down.”

    If Berenson can have the same effect on Lockwood that he had in getting dozens of players to the NHL, then even a little exposure is going to help a lot.

    At his best, Lockwood has good speed and uses it well in open ice to side step checkers and get through the neutral zone. By doing that, he keeps the opposition off balance and gap control becomes an issue. That allows easier zone entries.

    As for Lockwood’s feistiness http://www.vancanucksjersey.com/ben-hutton-jersey-c-21.html the Canucks are somewhat concerned that he tries to play too hard and willingly runs over bigger players. But they love his zest.

    “I still have so much to learn and it’s picking the brains of players and coaches and to increase my knowledge,” said Lockwood. “And, of course, putting on some muscle.”

    Lockwood spent the first two months after surgery working on range of motion and now it’s all about strength training. He expects to be 100 per cent ready for contact at training camp in September
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