Zach Bogosian: Fights Through Tough Season With Atlanta Thrashers

March 24th, 2010 by Warren Shaw Leave a reply »
Zach Bogosian has learned a lot from his experiences in the 2010 season.  It has been a season of ups and downs for the 19 year old sophomore defenseman.  During the season if you studied Bogosian closely there were times when you could see both satisfaction and trepidation on his face.

Bogosian’s season has identically reflected the trials of his Atlanta teammates.

Bogosian began his second season well, appointed alternate captain and receiving more than 23 minutes of ice time per game.  He was taking advantage of offensive opportunities and at one time during the first half of the season led all NHL defensemen in goals scored.

The upside was that Bogosian achieved that position without powerplay rotations.  The now traded Kovalchuk often manned the point position with Tobias Enstrom. 

Reviews were generally good since most NHL watchers know that it is very difficult for defenseman to secure a regular shift since the learning curve is much more difficult than for a forward. Bogosian early on kept his offensive instincts ...

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