Solution for the Power Play

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    Solution for the Power Play

    Immediately shoot the puck into the stands for the 2 minute delay and even it up.


     
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    [QUOTE]Immediately shoot the puck into the stands for the 2 minute delay and even it up.
    Posted by CafardoSaysTradeBrady[/QUOTE]

    Sit Kaberle.  Suit up the Sheriff. 

    Well done, Bs, getting through that series - thank you.
     
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    [QUOTE]Immediately shoot the puck into the stands for the 2 minute delay and even it up.
    Posted by CafardoSaysTradeBrady[/QUOTE]

    LOL...thats a good one ...

    But if I would be coach I would put Chara in front of the net ...Seidenbergh and Ferrence D's ....Marchand and Bergeron 1st unit

    2nd unit ...Lucic in front of the net ...Boychuk and McQuaid D's   Horton and Peverley 2nd unit ....


    Chara would create lots of action in front of the net therefore a very limited view for the goalie ....(whoever the G is for the Flyers)

    Kaberle ...healthy scratch plllllllllease

    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    Ference idea is a good one but i dont like seidenberg on the pp, Seguin if they play him would be the best addition they have.
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    Not having to face Price will help!!
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    Yes do not forget that the Flyers have rather atrocious goal tending so scoring will be far easier than against Price who was insane this whole series
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    just roll the first three lines, and insert Campbell and/or Paille on occasion. This team is balanced, with a scoring capability on every line. If they can manage 5 0n 5, why not keep the same lines and attack 5 on 4 without trying to do something other than what makes 5 on 5 so reliable.
     
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    I'd be happy if they just didn't give up any more short handers
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    first off, stanley, you are too big of a fan to mess up ference's name.
    On to the powerplay. Hnidy is not a better option than Kaberle, neither is Kampfer. Calm down folks, hes been too good for too long to suddenly lose it all, just in a little funk. Heres what they should do on the PP. Since its struggling, just go with a typical umbrella, get it, shoot it. Get it through to the net, get a lucky bounce, get that confidence, and then start scoring
     
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    [QUOTE]first off, stanley, you are too big of a fan to mess up ference's name. On to the powerplay. Hnidy is not a better option than Kaberle, neither is Kampfer. Calm down folks, hes been too good for too long to suddenly lose it all, just in a little funk. Heres what they should do on the PP. Since its struggling, just go with a typical umbrella, get it, shoot it. Get it through to the net, get a lucky bounce, get that confidence, and then start scoring
    Posted by thedauber1[/QUOTE]

    While you're knowing everything, Pam Dauber, I love Shane Hnidy, but my suggestion was only in fun.  Wake up, Kaberle, it's time to do something so it can justified sending all those bodies up naughth.  Wake up, Tomas.  Wake up Tomas.  Get in the gym, Tomas.
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    The NHL should adopt the NFL rule that allows a team to refuse a "powerplay"!  
     
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    Re: Solution for the Power Play

    It was a different era but in their heyday, The Bruins' Esposito used to plant himself in the slot and it was hell to move him.  Chara is bigger and stronger.  Why not try him at the lip of the crease?  It's worth a try at this point considering the present state of Ward's configuration. 
     

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