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03-12-2012, 07:02 AM
Gino 14
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Originally Posted by Wile E Coyotes View Post
That is easy to say from an experienced player. A new guy who hasn't even played a whole game might want to save some energy so he can still stand on his skates by the end of the game. New players don't recover from each shift as quick as more conditioned skaters do.
So you missed the whole point. If you're playing and you're tired, get off. Doesn't get any more basic than that. If a player is just standing around conserving energy then he really isn't doing anything for the team anyway, get off the ice and let someone that is willing to work a whole shift have the ice time.

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