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02-15-2013, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by HockeyBasedNYC View Post
My uncle, a long time Devils fan was talking to me about the Devils PP and how much crisper and composed it looks since they brought in a PP specialist coach. (forgot his name)

For the life of me, I cant understand why the Rangers (and I blame this on Sather, not Sully or Torts) haven't brought someone in to work with the coaching staff and players in practice. This guy doesn't have to be on the bench, he just needs to worry about the PP.

Quite frankly I think its a bit selfish and hard headed of Torts to only want one assistant anyway - but that's how he runs his bench.
Considering the lack of practice time theyll have this season, it might be too late for this but I think you have to try anything at this point to shake it up. The forwards on the PP are way too talented to suck this much.
MANY teams do just that. The Habs have done it for years. I think the coaches have to open to it, not sure Torts is.

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