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02-08-2011, 10:36 PM
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Originally Posted by jfried View Post
Not really. Our cycle game would fix a lot of the problems we've been having. A strong cycle game keeps the puck in the opposition zone (so they're not getting chances on your goalie), opens up shots at the point, would allow Kessel to get higher quality scoring chances, and most importantly, allow us to support the puck better in our own zone. Instead of always having to try and jump-start the rush, we'd be able to move the puck out with much safer passes (getting rid of the giveaways), and play a dump + chase more often.
It all sounds well and good, but with the way Wilson coaches, i can't see him implementing any of this. The Leafs are more of a straight rush team, and barely is a cycle initiated and held for long. Our skill guys seemingly don't have the strength to hold a cycle for very long at all.

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