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10-27-2012, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Grabbers View Post
When you roll four lines this will happen. Saw it in Nepean earlier this week. Hedges and company had four shifts in before what I believe are the top CP top players hit the ice the second time. The players whom worry me on CP don't play the PK and get maybe ten minutes per night.

I've said it before - but the top coaches like PG, SK, and IM - don't roll four lines all game long with the exception of special teams. Easy to match up and over match and thus easy to get a win.

Just a differnt philosophy. Its been debated on here plenty of times prior.

GO Raiders GO!
I actually disagree with this. Nepean plays their 3rd and 4th lines more than other teams, IMO.

The problem in the NEP-CP game was that the D that CP relied on were terrible. Weidauer does not look as good as he did last year, and that new player, Smith, did not impress me. He had trouble keeping up with Nepean's forwards and their speed.

Plus their goaltender, Kujava, looked weak.

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