Suggestions for the Power Play?
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01-29-2013, 08:22 AM
Roll 4 Lines
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Bear Country
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Think about how we rarely see one-time passing on the PP. How often the team attempts to dish through traffic (almost never) and WHEN that happens, how unsuccessful it is. How it doesn't matter what formation or what proposal, it always seems that execution is the problem.
How the B's are SO much better at creating scoring chances when they skate five a side...
It's not preferable. But it's OKAY (isn't it?). Until the team gets the player that thinks the game on a different level - a change up... I don't see how our expectations can be any different in this ONE aspect of the sport.
This is precicely why I'd like to see them simply keep the lines together for the PP.
The guys are used to playing together, they already have a feel for where one another will be, and where to go to receive a pass.
If they can play well together 5 on 5 they've GOT to be able to play together 5 on 4 and do a better job than what we've seen.
I also think the whole PP looks different when Big Z uses the wrister instead of the wind-mill wind-up.
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