Bowman's attention to detail and relentless coaching style kept his players grounded and focused on what mattered most, winning a Stanley Cup.
A master of motivation and mind games, he knew how to get the most out of every player he handled, from superstars to role players.
In Pittsburgh, Bowman moulded the multi-talented club into a well-rounded squad that could control play at both ends of the ice.
Bowman's stout leadership helped propel the Penguins to the 1992 Stanley Cup final, where they were crowned champions for the second consecutive season.
Rylan wrote:I also thought about RH and LH defensemen. Not so much on my lines though
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