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01-15-2013, 09:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Bleedred View Post
Melrose probably thinks we still play the trap like many of the mainstream hockey media still do.

Parise had nothing to do with Marty not seeing a lot of rubber. One of the main reasons Marty doesn't see a lot of rubber is because of his ability to handle the puck, and keep it out of the zone. When Moose played I think we averaged a few more shots on goal against per game.

I'd maybe accept the argument Parise may have had something to do with seeing less shots against on the PK. At even strength hell no.
Shots Against Per Minute:
Brodeur: 0.43
Hedberg: 0.45

Brodeur: 0.42
Hedberg: 0.45

Assuming quality of opponent was similar, seems like there's a slight difference in Brodeur's favor.

However, a good puck possession / forechecking forward can definitely lower shots against amounts. If the puck is in the other end of the ice, the opposition won't get shots.

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