Thread: Pock Recalled
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02-28-2006, 05:49 PM
True Blue Bleed Blue
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Originally Posted by True Blue
There are offensive defensemen and there are offensive defensemen. Pock is a poin/per game player. For a defenseman that is astounding.

Pock's offensive game laps that of Rozsival's (remember that we are talking about the offensive game, not the whole game). Poti cannot figure out when to pass or when to shoot, and when he does shoot he cannot recall when he should wind up for a slapshot that never gets through to the net or use a simple wrister. Pock's game in the offensive zone is better than Poti's. Have you ever seen Tyutin hit the net? How about Poti?

Correction, we are supposed to have an offensive game, but judging by the points results, they do not.

The only problem is that the two people you are mentioning have about as much of a chance of being regular NHL players as I do.

Please describe "every now and then". And then please describe "nothing". Is "every now and then" the one game this year? Or is it the games towards last year when his play had this board buzzing?
It's his play this year. What got you buzzing last year? His offensive mindset as a d-man, and his 1 goal from behind the blue line? Anyways...every now and then is the 2 or 3 games he's played this year, where he hasn't done much. Why not give someone else a chance? The whole point being, we need more of a shutdown d-man

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