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11-22-2009, 08:41 PM
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I don't know what you mean by grit. I don't even know if you know what you mean by grit.
Pyatt is miles better at battling the puck out of his own zone than the big oaf Latendresse. Grit determination, focus, active stick and feet, call it what you will, it is more effective than Guillaume's turn-my-back-and-put-the-puck-back-into-the-corner move. Laraque only punishes you if you accept an invitation to take a fightbreak in the middle of a hockey game, or if he is committing a foul. And you want to rotate O'Byrne, our hardest hitting defenceman, in and out of the lineup in favour of a guy with a two inch longer pokecheck.
Now, Bergeron in the lineup I admit is the softest guy we have, but he has a howitzer of a shot and good wheels. He will help the PP, especially once Markov comes back. At least I am not putting him on D.
No I agree with the other guy, you pretty much have the worst lineup so far lol. Why are all the dmen switched?? MAB is gone when the players get back. He has done nothing PP wise that impressed me besides his second game playing
Cammy - Pleks - Akost
Patches - gomez - Gio
Pyatt - Metro - Moen
Lats - Laps - White
PP unit 1
Cammy Pleks Gio
PP unit 2
Akos Gomez Metro
PK unit 1
PK unit 2
(PK will vary as we have sooo many players who can PK)
Markov Mara is an experiment. I would try OByrne there first, but I dunno if he would be better or Mara. Either or, they would switch roles if one doesn't play well.
The second line needs someone better and stronger than Patches, but he would have to do for now.
Spacek will be more effective on the left side like he normally plays. We get a solid 3 lines who can all play, which will help our old dmen to play better for the rest of the season. We have 3 d who can play on the right... why not use them?
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