Subban's play since coming back
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02-19-2013, 05:22 AM
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Got it, P.K. has an excuse for every mistakes he makes, they're all part of the risk he takes, he never plays badly, he's just taking a risk tha didnt turn out well.
maybe other D should take more risks, they may be revered for it
Every player is allowed to take risks as long as they can make up for it.
Tomas Kaberle is too slow to make it back to his zone when he takes an offensive risk. He also doesn't make up for it enough.
Carey Price will sometimes be able to pass the puck right to someone for a breakaway. Or he can careen it around the boards on a penalty kill with ease. Or sometimes he coughs it up right to an opposing player for an empty net goal. It's a risk worth taking because nobody can use the stick in net like he can (Brodeur used to be the best and also made bad errors).
PK Subban will rush with the puck or make dangles that sometimes don't work. Other times they will work. It depends on the defender and Subban. It's worth it because Subban is the kind of player who can save your team on defence.
This shouldn't be hard to understand. Why are you demanding perfection? Even the dynasties had cracks. Go read The Game and see how many times Ken Dryden pointed out the teams problems.
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