8/11/10 - Which is more important this season, improving PP or PK?
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08-11-2010, 01:37 PM
Join Date: Feb 2008
I gotta go with PP. I just can't see a Trotz coached team with an ineffective PK for 2 consecutive seasons (at this point, especially with a team he has "molded"). I also think that a PP that the other team respects will slightly impact the way the other team plays against you, can't say that for a PK, I don't think. A team that's afraid of taking a stupid penalty against an elite PP doesn't seem to take as many liberties or make as many reckless plays. This could be a reason that DET has had a good bit of player longevity, of course that could just be happenstance.
A mobile, imaginative, and effective PP combined with a solid (doesn't have to be spectacular, even) PK and this team should be set, if we consider Rinne's performance to this point the standard, and not an anomaly.
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