make the ice rinks smaller in europe
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06-02-2012, 08:25 PM
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Yes and no.
Success on small ice is predicated on ability to create time and space for yourself. This can be done by either:
1. a high skill level
2. physicality (which does not require a high level of finesse skills).
Generally, there is too little room to display more than flashes of skill. Most successful NHL teams are primarily physical, which I think is boring in comparison to wide open, skilled hockey.
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