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02-05-2012, 08:17 PM
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I'm glad this thread came up. I'm one of the most verbal players on my team when on the ice and it's always polite and in a "i'm with you" or giving them an option kind of way, but since the start of the season there have been some serious opportunities missed because i was wide open and vocal and the puck carrier had a shot under pressure instead or whatever.

In fact, i can barely recall a single scenario where my team mates have used me as an option when i've been vocal about being open.
This never really bothered me until this week gone, when two huge chances went begging and we lost a crucial game 4-3.

So my question is, how do you get your team to wise up and learn that they need to listen out for players and communicate more?

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