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10-26-2012, 06:08 AM
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Originally Posted by OHLTG View Post
Great first period, but a collapse in the second, followed by a lackadaisical power-play and this is the result. It wasn't from a lack of talent, or even effort, but a combination of several little things. It's difficult to explain this team.
I would agree for the most part,should have left the 1st with a 2 goal lead or more,banged one off the post as well,2nd period 3 straight penalties and the game winner on a penalty shot,bad call on Schoenmakers put Sarnia back in at 2-2,another penalty and then the penalty shot for Galchenyuk of all people,and its all downhill,agree about the 3rd bad pp,lathargic for both teams
It was not about a lack of talent and effort last nite but more of execution of the systems taught
In games like these the best players have to score and they did not
Tonite against a roster depleted Guelph,they are only dressing 10 forwards with Garlent,Waitling and Horvat injured,though Garlent is the only top 6 forward in that group,Windsor needs to jump all over them right from the start,like they did against Sarnia
Take advantage of their defence which is not their strong pt
I would put Devlin and Bateman back in,remove Bowen and McNaughton from the lineup for tonites game
Spits now 2-2 in last 4 ,having played the last 3 on the road

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