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02-07-2011, 02:32 PM
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Kurrilino
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Well........ it's like all of you are right.
And this is the scary thing. Non professionals are able to figure out
how our PP isn't really working.
Of course i noticed it's getting better with Johnson instead of glass Jarett.

My major point is, the sense of a PP is that you have one man more on the ice.
That leads to whatever you do you have always one man to pass to.
Can anyone tell me why the **** our PP is everyone runs into his position stops any movement just waiting to recieve a pass and pass it back aound the opponent diamond and than shoot from the possible most far distance to the goal ????????
We are not in the 80's anymore when the opponent use a passive or active box and it makes sense let the blueliner shoot.

Well.... as long as you as don't pull the attention of one PK'ler the 4 opponents will cover up your 4 linemates and you lose the man advantage.
So everyone has to be in motion and we have to try to get as close as we can to the net and use the deadly pass to the linemate in the back of someone to put the puck into the net from 10 feet.
This is my understanding of PP

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