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10-30-2012, 06:46 PM
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Yea I guess I'm different. I could care less if they "might" screw up the play... my thinking is they are there, a player on the ice, I have to give them the same chance I want to be given, you never know what will happen next. I feel glad though I don't have to try and decide who is good enough to create a play with, I just keep my head up and plug away every shift.

STC the point about one-timers is a good one. In general players pass too hard for the receiver to let loose properly, a weaker player you would try and be more gentle with the set up.

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