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10-25-2010, 03:30 PM
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They know where to be on the ice, and they spread out much better because they cover zones rather than chasing the puck. And they communicate.

Last night in my game we had a sub come up from a lower level. I'm rushing the puck up ice, move around a couple guys, start to drive into the zone, and he skates in front of me at the blue line for me to put him down and go offsides. Not the first time that's happened at all. I have no idea why you would want to occupy the exact same space as your teammate rather than go to the open ice for a pass or rebound.

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