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10-11-2010, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by pitseleh View Post
I'm not disagreeing with that point. The argument I'm making is that improving energy is irrelevant if it's not improving your chance of winning, and that only happens if it affects your goal differential.
but how can improving your energy ever be irrelevant to winning? your theory is that having "less energy" can give you a better chance of winning a hockey game. that theory cannot be applied to the realities of a physical game like hockey, no matter who scores the next goal.

Originally Posted by Drop the Sopel View Post

You ducked it again. You get nothing from me until you answer the question. Do that and I'll answer yours.
lol, okay. spell out your question, I must be missing it.

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