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02-06-2012, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by SJeasy View Post
I am responding to you and others. It isn't just getting there on the forecheck. It is getting there and supporting the cycle, not seeing the puck dribble off into a group of opposition players while the Shark is sitting in a spot that doesn't do anything. It's a problem for Ferriero and Mitchell and McGinn to a lesser extent. It was a problem for Wingels which he seems to have rectified since he was recalled. What I was noticing was that Murray was frequently out of position to support in the offensive zone. It was very noticeable.

Thanks for the reminder 210 about why Murray was on a two-way.
For Desjardins, it's the exact opposite (a strength of his). He has good hockey sense and quickness to react and even anticipate where the puck will go along the boards.

Agree the others have the issue with Mitchell the most egregious since he's a vet.

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