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02-18-2013, 04:47 PM
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Thirty One
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Originally Posted by Blueshirt Believer View Post
Both Krieder and Miller both have more points in about half as many games. They are also positive players, and Boyle is a -4.
They both have one more point. Two vs. One point isn't big enough for me to draw any significant conclusions. I haven't looked at +/- in ages, but it's obviously

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Considering that Krieder/Miller, played a grand total of two games together. Not much to go on imo.
Agreed. But then you go on it anyways:

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All I can say, in those two games the Rangers bottom six looked much faster, with much more consistent sustainable tempo.
I guess small sample is only useful if it supports the opinion you've already formed.

I get it. Miller and Kreider make you feel . They have made me feel so far this season.

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Also, Boyle having offensive zone time consists of endlessly cycling down low where almost no scoring chances are created.
If that were the case, his Corsi would still be low.

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