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04-28-2011, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by PSP View Post
Good call on the long defensive change, but using that theory, wouldn't the offense in the 3rd period suffer as well? The offense steadily increased as the game went on AND the 3rd period defense was the stingiest of the game.
I don't know if a long change would affect the offense as much as the defense. Whenever there's sustained pressure in one end, it seems to me like the defense is doing more running around than the offense, so the defense would get tired faster. Also, a lot of offensive opportunities start on the rush in the defensive end. Just my opinion, but I could be wrong.

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