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06-02-2011, 05:22 PM
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The team had two problems last night (I can't speak for the rest of the playoffs because I haven't been able to watch the games): the Potulny-Smith-Keller line was awful (I think I'm right that they've been on the ice for all of Houston's goals) and the rest of the forwards--other than the Hoffman-Bass-Wick line--were making terrible decisions coming up the ice and in the offensive zone. Both Hoffman and Wick were rewarded by being moved up in the lineup, but Wick unfortunatley got knocked out in the third.

I think the general switch-up in lines will help more than just the insertion of Dziurzynski--that and they have to move away from trying cross-ice passes all the time and do what they did at the end of the game--close puck-support on the attack.

Just my two cents. Zeke has seen it all and likely can break it down better than I can.

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