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04-09-2012, 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Dreakmur View Post
Adjusting to the other team is tough. Simply manipulating your own line-up is easy.

That's part of the reason that coaches are over-rated in this thing. The GMs here are making most of the decisions that coaches usually make.

All three are capable puck-carriers.
We don't make the in-game adjustments though. How do we know when Trotz knows to put Stewart on the wing and when not to? Yet again, he is a lower end coach here. No one knows when he's going to do these things.

EDIT: More specifically, my point is just that we don't watch these games, we don't know when he's going to do this, we don't know how often, etc. It's hard to envision these circumstances in a "fantasy" like environment where we aren't actually watching the games, or even seeing how they're going through 1, 2, 5, and ultimately sometimes 7 games. We just ultimately get results.

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