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02-24-2013, 12:44 PM
Blueshirt Special
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I have been against shot-blocking as a strategy since day one, and I've been flamed for it when we were on winning streaks, and dismissed when we lose a game and or player, so I stopped saying it.

IMHO, it is NOT a good long term strategy. Shot-blocking is a tool to be used when the game is on the line in the closing minutes and there is no choice. Collapsing into this standing wall of shot blockers until the puck springs loose tino our posession is a fail.


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