Now the PP gets important , no ?

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    Re: Now the PP gets important , no ?

    Until it gets edited and the truth is inserted, the post is a bad one.

     

     
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    Re: Now the PP gets important , no ?

    This is why the coaching staff are so frustrating .  Their so-called umbrella just does not work !!! They're not te Detroit Red Wings .

    At practice today.

    33-68-19-63-18 to me this spells " fail "   Chara being the top man = no movement .  Easy to defend,  all they have to do is assign one player up high and the rest the Bruin players are on the perimeter. 

    55-27-49-46-17 this is more like it minus Peverley.  Or try 55-33 or 27-33 , Bruis need to make the defenders go side to side to get shots on net from the point and have a net front presence.

     

     
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    BSL, if Marchand or Fat would get in front of the net, right on the top of the crease, and try to stay there, it would make a world of difference.

    They don't, however.

     
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    Re: Now the PP gets important , no ?

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    BSL, if Marchand or Fat would get in front of the net, right on the top of the crease, and try to stay there, it would make a world of difference.

    They don't, however.



    stop calling him FAT !
    You're playing with me.  If they play the conventional PP with 2d-men there's always someone in front because that format on the PP has more shots going on net coming from the points.

    Call me old fashion but I'm a firm believer of a 2d-man PP.

     

     

     

     

     
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