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04-12-2012, 06:40 PM
nik jr
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Originally Posted by BillyShoe1721 View Post
In that case, I don't really see a roster of forwards that is very conducive to a trapping system. The first line is good, but the 2nd and 4th lines would struggle to implement a trap with any level of effectiveness.
i think they would be fine in a trap. olmstead played for defensive minded TML. hunter was a 2 way player. boucher and malone played in an era where passive defensive play was very common.

i would have the most doubts about the 3rd line. but i think the trap is fairly easy to implement.

horner and especially shore were aggressive offensively, and i think generally played for offensive teams. housley was of course much more offensive minded.

but i think the main effect would be that they would score less, not that they would not be effective in a trap or similar system.

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