Have the Rangers become a slow team?
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01-16-2013, 11:11 AM
with the 10th pick..
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Yeah, for whatever reason people tend to overlook the void in talent that this team has dealt with over the last few years. Tortorella went from "safe is death" to "six goalie system" in two seasons here. You have to think that now that our team can, you know, pass and score, that he'll open things up a tiny bit. I don't think he'll abandon the team identity, but I think we'll see him expand the structure to allow a bit more creativity on offense.
i can live with our 5 on 5 play being the same effective "wear em down and grind em out" stuff.... really i can. opening things up on the 5 on 5 against some of these run and gun teams just scares me.
i would however like to see us attack more with the man up. i think with this group of forwards, we can finally put some pressure on a pk unit both with our speed on the rush and with our offensive talent, and in a settled puck control pp situation (and gaby on the correct side of the ice !!), we could be quite scary.
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