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01-12-2013, 01:28 AM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: New Jersey
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Hagelin's speed and puck pressure/pursuit changes the dynamic out on the ice for the opposing team, especially in the neutral zone.... Opposing players have to make quicker decisions and rush their passes / puck movement more frequently, which creates turnovers & giveaways. Hagelin's puck protection and board work (cycling) is another strong aspect of his game. He's the type of role player whose contributions don't always turn up on the scoresheet, you need to watch his complete game to see the impact that he adds to the ice. One of my favorite Rangers to watch....
Hags is a guy who's stats do not tell the whole story.
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