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12-09-2012, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by alphahelix View Post
As the next poster mentioned... Horrific d-zone coverage. Thats the difference between a d-man and a forward.. as a forward, you can have a good shift, a bad shift, be all over the map- as long as one or two of the shifts result in production. As a d-man, if you have that kind of problem, you're not going far (unless maybe you're an offensive behemoth!)

It seems that Schultz is consistently a little lost while guarding the front of the net when the opponents have possession... he did just give it away behind the net a few shifts back too. Doesn't take too many of those types of plays for you to see the bench in the NHL. As soon as we get possession he's an all-star out there, great break-outs... He does have a smart stick, and hes not totally lost, but there are some serious gaps and inconsistencies defensively. Its funny, when we have the puck he looks energized - but when they have the puck he looks tired.
And then rectified it by not allowing a quality chance.

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