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12-12-2008, 01:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Stradale View Post
Michel Bergeron said something about Latendresse that i have to agree with even though for Bergeron he said it like it was a good thing.

He said that everything Latendresse is recieving a pass in the neutral zone, he's always stop. I dont know if you guys notice but when Latendresse is in motion and receiving a pass from his D, he always mishandle the pass? He always needs to stop, wait for the puck and the start skating but he's just too slow to create anything after. For me, thats not a good thing but for Bergie the tiger, its a good thing saying that Latendresse IS TOO FAST going out of the zone that he needs to stop and wait for the pass.
Well it's certainly not new that he's struggling to control the puck at high speed, so it doesn't surprise me. Good observation nevertheless, he needs to work on this asap. It could make a world of difference for him.

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