Perimeter, the right way to go!
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01-28-2009, 10:37 AM
Join Date: May 2007
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Perimeter players got us the best offensive team last year, so it's not all that bad...
I love perimeter players, it's entertaining and the results beautifull...
The problem with this team is that all the offensive lines are perimeter players, so when the other team adapts well, no one can score... that's why we get like 4 games in a row with 5 goal or more and 4 other in a row with 2 or less...
I DON'T want a team of all crashers and no passers... it's not better, it's the same problem...
What we need is a better balance from the offensive lines...
We need a line of skilled players who crashes the net, guys that will shoot from every angle and get the rebounds, those famous "garbage" goals that we don't know about...
If somehow TB trades Vinny, I'd offer Pleks and the Kost brothers for him, because he's exactly what we need...
As for Arnott, alone, he won't change much to this team...
No. We had the best offense last year thanks to our PP, not our perimeter players.
How many times did we say, without our PP and phenomenal play by our Goalies, we'd lose and it was true.
I don't care what my team consists of. I want a team that is scary, not a push over one.
It's seems we're in the middle of that, some of our players are easily push overs like Plek, and others aren't like Koivu.
I'm just really fed up to see Plek skate away when pushed around, he needs to put on some muscles because even I could kick his ass.
Need more players to do what MaxPac did when Kovalev got pushed..need some players other than on our 4th line that will rush the opposition's goalie, that will push the D back all the way in their goalie crease..etc..
You can have one perimeter player on each line..we don't need 2-3 per line.
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