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07-15-2011, 05:51 AM
Black Tank
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The big problem IMO last year was that there were some games where we ran up the score BUT there were other games where we never got a sniff at the net for 20-30 mins at a time.

The D and Lundquist kept us close but there was simply no offensive chances. This is where I hope Richards will make a huge difference. Just a small spark of offensive creativity, one that can feed Gaborik in a decent scoring opportunity could turn many of those lifeless losses. And if other teams fear the Richards-Gaborik line, this should free the Pack line up a bit by going against a weaker D pairing and allow them to take advantage of their north-south game.

I think we will be better than last year, but how much better depends on whether the Gaborik-Richards line can create opportunities when we are getting completely shutdown.

I am also looking forward to the Rupp-Boyle-Prust line, tough to play against and knocking in a decent amount of goals for a bottom line.

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