Curtis Glencross is hoping to become more consistent this season.
"Every player has stretches where they have a little lull in their game. The next part is . . . to try to get over that," Glencross said. He enjoyed a seven-contest and four-game goal scoring streak in 2011-12, but also went through lukewarm patches. The end result was 26 goals in 67 games. It's not unusual for a player to go through hot-and-cold patches when it comes to goal scoring and the only thing that really set him apart was just how hot he was during his best period of the campaign. Look for Glencross to get about 10-15 goals in the shortened season, but for what it's worth, he's aiming for 20.