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12-01-2008, 06:54 PM
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True, but if you think about folks like Paul Coffey and nick Lindstrom, they often stress that it's most imperative for the D just to get the shot on net and then good things (screens, rebounds, etc) happen. When I watch Markov on video (multiple sequences) he takes a while to unload the shot and you can see the shooting lane, once open, close before him. If he fires a bullet, but it doesn't get through then what's the use. He should mix it up and ensure he gets the puck on net.

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