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01-22-2013, 12:53 AM
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Originally Posted by bazaaa View Post
Okay, that can be argued, and I admit, I notice the bad more than I notice the good.

I see it as a 3 on 2, and Enstrom committs to one guy at the blueline, when another player is clearly wide open. He should have stayed back, there was no reason to committ right there. I don't know how you're saying he already committed, it was a 3 on 2, no reason to have committed in the first place.
When he commits to the puck carrier, Bergeron and Antro is almost side by side, then Bergeron skates away from Antro. In fact, of the four players involved, I'd argue that the Dmen are the least responsible for that chance.

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