He loves the puck. I love the fact that he wants the responsibility of it, and he's ready, willing, and able to do extraordinary things with it. Having said that, with Linus and others there are points in time where you have to give it up to get it back, and trying to manufacture something that isn't there against teams that check so well, and take time and space away so well, you've really got to be careful with that. At the same time, as I say that, there's an awful lot generated off of him with the puck on his stick tonight.That's head coach Tom Renney talking about Linus Omark after last night's game against the Predators. I like this comment because it shows the coach torn between teaching a player and wanting to make sure he doesn't stifle his creativity.