Grand Rapids Griffins 2012-13 - Part 2
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01-08-2013, 06:48 PM
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The whole team is pretty brutal at faceoffs,
Sheahan is probably the best slightly better than Andersson, but that isn't saying a whole lot. He at least wins probably half, but was beaten often in the offensive zone when he needed to win one at the game I went to. Sheahan's game is very positionally sound, he makes the choice to do the fly by and keep shape. What needs to be stressed is players are starting to recognize that and spinning off not expecting contact. Once every four or five times he needs to finish the check to stop this behavior.
Really?! They were hardly brutal during the game I went to. They were excellent. Maybe they had an unusual night. But your assessment shocks me.
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