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02-27-2013, 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by BrooklynRangersFan View Post
Not to pick on you specifically, BRB, but I'm getting tired of the posts that are essentially claiming you must have at least spent a minimum of 5 years as an assistant coach at the college level to have the necessary qualifications to comment on the team's style of play.

Do I need to know that it's called the Left Wing Half Nelson Lock Trap and Go with Cherries on Top and that it requires the LD to transport the puck - but only if the play starts below the defensive circles and the center is shadowed - to have the ability to observe it's principle features and to critique them?

Great reply and thank you for posting this. I said "You dont need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows" before regarding this.

Its more than just him that does it, and quite frankly, its insulting to the rest of us that we dont know anything about what we all subscribe to on a nightly basis.

Im pretty sure we all have played hockey at some level as well. Ive played all around Upstate NY and programs up here arent exactly a joke.

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