Thread: Post-Game Talk: Hawks fall to Wild in Shootout (3-2)
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02-01-2013, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by HossTheBoss View Post

As for Bickell being just as fast as Frolik: Top-end speed doesn't matter on the PK, acceleration and quickness does. Frolik is much quicker and gets to his top-end speed faster than Bickell, which allows him to do what he's been doing: Pressure the points and create turnovers.
Glad you pointed this out, beat me to. There's a difference between being fast in a straight-line race and being quick-footed and/or explosive, especially if talking about being confined to one zone, ie killing a penalty and being in your own zone.

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