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01-17-2013, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by redbranch View Post
that's a nice way of handling it.
the last pick up game I played, there was a guy waaay out of everyone elses league. After a couple minutes, he realized it, and then spent the rest of the game trying to set people on his team up, and just give enough pressure to the other team to make them work hard. Very classy way to handle it, even if it might not have been what he was looking for when he walked in
There are a couple of private drop-ins I hit where it's pretty much a 70/30 mix of D1-D2 guys and then the rest of us. Most of the D1-D2 guys are pretty cool about backing off on the pressure in the neutral zone and in their own end to give you a chance to handle the puck a little bit. But it is a drop-in and I guess a good excuse for them not to exert too much energy on D. But make no mistake about it, you fumble the puck and they're gone. In the offensive end you're pretty much at their mercy.

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