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09-03-2009, 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Our defensemen who don't have great vision of the ice tend to turn the puck over and pass it into really, really bad areas. They have trouble breaking the puck out of the zone, so they are more of a liability in our end. Conversely, our defensemen who have great vision of the ice tend to get the puck, take a look, and make a decision with it quickly in order to get the puck moving down to the other end. I think it's a pretty important trait.
Theres a difference between vision and taking a look.

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