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12-10-2010, 06:52 PM
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It's been already said, skating to the red line and dumping the puck, and/or passing a lot and working on your team's puck possession are other good options. It is some good hockey sense to take a little time with the puck behind the net, holding it there for 10 seconds til one of your teammates swoops back and picks it up is a good time waster but holding it there for 1:30 is a little frustrating.

In reality though, the other team is upset about getting blown out so they're going to complain if you hold behind the net, play keep away and pass a lot, or the worst option to run up the score with 2-3 more goals in the last 2 mins. No matter what your team does there's probably no 100% way to avoid them complaining about getting blown out.

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