The toughest part about today was figuring out who is who. From where I was it was tough to get a good look at most of the players and there was no roster list available. and I forgot to take a note pad so we'll see how good my memory is. Also it wasn't a great practice for evaluating talent, today was all about the systems, positioning and trasition. They did a lot of work on neutral zone positioning and transitions. The goalies didn't get many shots but they were kept busy by the goalie consultant Ian Clark. He took them aside and was really working on their movement around the crease and down low coverage. He pretty much spent half of each practice with each goalie doing lateral movement drills and focusing on covering the bottom of the net. Notes: Crosby, Perry and Bergeron played together. They looked good but didn't get much of a chance to build chemistry due to the type of drils they were doing. Getzlaf and Carter played together but I couldn't tell for sure who they were with. I think it was Colliton or Stone. Stone and Fehr did not even play on the same team. Fehr skated with Dawes possibly Ladd. Couldn't tell who the third guy was. Fehr was really consistent when they were shooting on the goalies, he scored a ton. Excellent scoring hands, ridiculous shot. Overall I must say the speed and passing were very impressive, both sessions kept a very fast pace. It will be a highly skilled team. I was really concentrating on the goalies today since the skater drills weren't skill based. Beauchemin and Nastiuk looked a little stronger than Glass, and Dubnyk was fighting the puck a bit but was still okay, but seems to be a bit behind the other three right now. Hope this helps. If I can get a list of the players and their numbers I'll be able to fill in a lot of blanks regarding the lines but I can't find one.