Bylsma/coaching discussion thread
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01-30-2013, 12:43 PM
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Boom, that's just it. We're trying to build a team unit while trying to keep two superstars happy in terms of giving them roles and line-mates befitting of their status. It's just a tough, tough balance to strike and when it's off it just throws the whole team off and leads to incoherence.
But with one of them out everything kind of falls into place.
If it's better for the team, I really don't see Crosby or Malkin *****ing about moving to a different position. They aren't like that. *cough* Ovechkin *cough* *cough*
They need to run two "A" units is what they need to do.
No. When you have the two best players in the world on your team, you find a way to make it work with both of them. The problem is the coaching staff is putting imaginary limits as to where those two can play on the PP, which is making Neal a non-factor on the PP and hurting the unit as a whole.
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