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11-29-2012, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Jacob582 View Post
I didn't watch the game last night, but from what I read it seems similar to what Brennan did in a game I watched earlier in the season:
Biega chased a player behind the net. Brennan went back there too. Leaving a couple trailers for Foligno and Porter to get. Goal. Blame went to Foligno for losing his man. But Brennan didn't have a man.

Seems like poor hockey sense in his D zone. Can he learn to limit these mistakes? Sekera learned.
No, different goal. Guy walked in, did a spin move right around Brennan like he was standing still, and in one motion passed it backdoor for the goal. Brennan looked like D league mens hockey leaguer on it.

And McKee didn't do anything to help the defense last year. They were just as much of a mess. Coaching isn't the answer defensively, personnel is. They needed a shutdown veteran back there, simple as that.

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