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02-18-2012, 02:38 PM
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Pretty easy to just blame the goal scoring woes on a lack of execution by the players but, come on, this happens game in game out every game? I somehow don't think so; a fundamental error in the make up of the team wrt goal scoring and the over-all defensive posture exhibited by the players (and likely taught by the coaching staff) is what creates the lack of scoring. It appears to me that the forwards are almost continually afraid to abandon their defensive positioning taught by the coaches for goal scoring opportunities. That's a coaching problem, not a lack of execution.

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