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02-05-2013, 12:57 PM
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Ozz
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Originally Posted by Thesensation19 View Post
There is always an advantage to knowing how your opponent will set up. So the home team gets a nice little advantage to knowing what line goes out first and what faceoff stance he will be taking.
This. I'm strong on either hand, so I have no problem setting up first and seeing how the other guy will go. If it's someone who ends up being a quicker draw or is good at tying me up, I'll switch to the other position and often again in the middle of our setup. Otherwise I just try to beat them on my own quickness and I'm usually OK.

The refs don't care in my leagues how fidgety we are, as long as we're not taking early swings before the drop.

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