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12-23-2009, 02:19 PM
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Despite last night, JT is usually not a shortie threat. He has one downfall on d zone faceoffs. He goes for the win in all instances; he never tries to tie up. A couple of years ago, he led the league in lost d-zone faceoffs that resulted in goals. He wins more than he loses on faceoffs, but the losses are biggies because they are clean losses.

His previous season ratings on PK at behindthenet are definitely not stellar. The Sharks have two stellar PK forwards in Marleau and Pavelski, both top 20 in the league last year on PK.

The last factor that was annoying to some fans was JT coming out after a loss and saying that they were too worn down from doing too much PK. After that statement, his limited PK time was cut.

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