Claude's impact

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    Claude's impact

    Just watched the Canadian Olympic team play a solid "Claude Julien" game plan to beat the U.S. team 1-0. All the comments about line shifts and lack of cohesion were countered by a solid defensive game that showed Kessel, Kane etc. spinning their wheels.

     
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    In response to bogie6's comment:
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    Just watched the Canadian Olympic team play a solid "Claude Julien" game plan to beat the U.S. team 1-0. All the comments about line shifts and lack of cohesion were countered by a solid defensive game that showed Kessel, Kane etc. spinning their wheels.

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    You nailed it Bogie!

     
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    Re: Claude's impact

    The Canadian D is stacked and if you look at the overall roster it is no wonder they were easily the best defensive team in the tourney. While the Canadian offense has been uneven the D has been good all the way.  

     
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    In response to bogie6's comment:
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    Just watched the Canadian Olympic team play a solid "Claude Julien" game plan to beat the U.S. team 1-0. All the comments about line shifts and lack of cohesion were countered by a solid defensive game that showed Kessel, Kane etc. spinning their wheels.

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    Yep

     
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    Re: Claude's impact

    In response to bogie6's comment:
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    Just watched the Canadian Olympic team play a solid "Claude Julien" game plan to beat the U.S. team 1-0. All the comments about line shifts and lack of cohesion were countered by a solid defensive game that showed Kessel, Kane etc. spinning their wheels.

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    As much as I hate to admit the fact the USA was deflated by the CJ system, it is the truth on the assessment of Kessel's play.  The man has a knack for missing a heavy forecheck.  Bergeron/Crosby were on the ice at the end of the game. Smart!

     
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    Re: Claude's impact

    In response to bogie6's comment:
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    Just watched the Canadian Olympic team play a solid "Claude Julien" game plan to beat the U.S. team 1-0. All the comments about line shifts and lack of cohesion were countered by a solid defensive game that showed Kessel, Kane etc. spinning their wheels.

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    already discussed in the olympic hockey thread.

     
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    I think its a combo of all the coaches.  Hitchcock is also a system specialist.   Its a collection of great minds.  

     
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    Re: Claude's impact

    Babcock/Julien/Hitchcock is a hockey coaching Dream Team.

    Huge advantage over the US staff. (sure feel bad for Poille, though. Yow.)

     

     
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    Re: Claude's impact

    In response to bogie6's comment:
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    Just watched the Canadian Olympic team play a solid "Claude Julien" game plan to beat the U.S. team 1-0. All the comments about line shifts and lack of cohesion were countered by a solid defensive game that showed Kessel, Kane etc. spinning their wheels.

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    This might of had something to do with it also

     

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