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06-11-2012, 11:03 PM
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Originally Posted by vanuck View Post

On a different note, the Sedins IMO could learn to do the same thing that JS learned, and that is to hound the puck right away as soon as you lose it. It's all part of being hard on the puck no matter what zone you're in. Would make them much, much more effective in tight contests and that aspect of their game - plus their defensive play in general - would put them over the top as very good two-way players. I've seen this with Kopitar these playoffs and it was all from Terry Murray developing his defense. If anything, I think AV gives them too much slack in that regard.
Agree with this. I think the Sedins should be put out in a variety of situations. They should make an effort to work on their backchecking. They'd be much more complete players this way. No more easy offensive zone starts!

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