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02-26-2013, 01:11 PM
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Actually--it is the pass that goes off his skate when he turns around, not the shot. And I don't have any issue with why he was that high--my issue is with Joe turning his back to a man with the puck when he was already almost to the goalie (Corvo, not the puck handler). If Corvo was beat already by having to stay high--he only made it worse by giving the man with the puck choices--instead of having to take a contested shot from straight on or try to make a pass through Corvo, now he also had the option of passing to wide open man in the low slot with Corvo now covering neither the man with the puck or the potential shooter.

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