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02-27-2013, 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Listening to Lou Nanne yesterday, he talked about the Wild's inability to transition from defense to offense due to players not moving their feet. It made me think about how Yeo likes to keep his forwards down so deep in the zone that they can barely break out. It seems for Yeo's system to succeed, they need a LOT of speed on the wing so players can skate the puck out of the zone, otherwise we're seeing a lot of turnovers (HEATLEY) and chip and change.
are you basing this off something? The heatley-specific dig, i mean--we are turning the puck over a lot (it seems) but Koivu and Parise are every bit as bad as Heatley in that regard from what I've seen.

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