Coyotes @ Predators ~~ November 3rd, 2010 9:00PM
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11-04-2010, 09:51 AM
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If someone can explain to me what's going on with the PP I'd sure appreciate it because it's becoming quite a bit of a sore spot with me when
I see the same issues year after year
and nothing really appears to be getting done about it.
1.) You know the answer....(hint: it begins with a "T").
2.) I've got it at 8 SOG's on the PP---not great.
3.) There was a 45 second or so time frame were the PP had some decent pressure--the only problem was it wasn't really set plays but more scrambling and PHO inability to clear the puck. Other than that, nothing was working or even looked like it was working...as usual.
4.) According to the stats, the Preds managed 10-12 for 83% on the FO's on the PP. Even with that tremendous percentage, they still managed little offensive pressure...as usual. With this FO advantage and realizing that they weren't spending 20 or so seconds at the beginning of every PP retrieving and entering the zone like they normally do, this was perhaps a more frustrating sequence of PP failures than I've seen for awhile. The Preds actually had a pretty large chunk of puck possession on the PP this game and really didn't get too much out of it.
Lastly, Ward-Legwand-Wilson played most of the last 3:34. Is this the Preds best chance of scoring? Did Trotz know the Preds were a goal down?
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