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01-25-2012, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by kingsfan View Post
I was thinking something along these lines as well. VV and DD on the point with Brown in front and Kopitar or Richards or whoever downlow but to the side as a passing option. Loki on the wall, but have him higher up than where Kopitar plays now. Essentially place Loki where Datsyuk plays in Detroit, closer to the point man than the corner.

Keep your puck control near the top of the offensive zone until you have a chance to go for the pass or the shot and have at least two players ready for a potential rebound. The constant puck movement can wear out the opposition quicker as well, and you don't rely on stationary players all the time.
I would like to see Loktionov and Voynov out there together myself. I think both have great vision and are good passers. They would do a good job of finding the seams and making the cross ice pass.

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