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12-22-2008, 01:27 PM
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Originally Posted by le_sean View Post
5 on 5 is good, I agree, great compared to the last 2 years. But it can still improve, anything can be better. Transition game, meh, we rely a lot on Kovalev to geti n the zone and Markov. You add that defenceman, we become elite 5 on 5 (great for the playoffs) and the PP improves which is an immediate need. It's all about building for the postseason.
As long as that D-man can shoot(like you suggested). Kovalev actually slows down our transition game sometimes, it's very annoying. We have so much speed, we're flying, and he holds onto the puck too long, starts dangling back and forth and the rest of the guys stand at the blueline and lose speed.

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