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02-03-2013, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Jacques G View Post
Right, I mean it will always be someone's fault, but short-handed goals should be inexcusable when you have the talent on the ice that the Pens 1st PP line has. It may have been Malkin this time, but it could have just as easily been anyone else on that line.

I think they need to split up the top players into two strong PP lines. Throw a grinder or two out there to inject some passion into the power play; guys that make a living working hard to hold the zone and make dirty goals. Just because it's 5-on-4 doesn't mean you'll get that perfect snipe every time.
I'll never buy splitting up the units for two very good reasons:

- there isn't enough talent for two units, so who gets the ****** unit? Crosby or Malkin?

- the Pens had very good PP units with Francis/Jagr and then Kovy/Jagr. Three guys who loved the half wall and were all lefties.

They need a PP QB and Letang isn't it. The lack of a true QB up high is killing the PP.

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