Subban's play since coming back
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02-28-2013, 10:21 AM
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How so? Put together a list of his strengths and weaknesses. With the team performing so well, and the fact they seem to have a long range plan, staff has the luxury of working on eliminating those weaknesses from his game. He will be better for it over the long haul. PK is a great player with a high ceiling. He is getting help in getting there.
Sometimes I feel like I'm reading someone speak of this up and coming prospect who's getting his first cracks at the NHL, or a guy like Weber or a bit better.
He is playing with Francis Bouillon on a 3rd pairing while Emelin is looking absolutely lost on his off wing.
He is used 53sec on the PK per game when he was our best PK player in the previous years either with Gill or Gorges. He is also 2sec short of being the least used Dman at Even Strength. That alone is already ridiculous.
Everytime he has the puck and goes in his ''PK mode'' where he would create some interesting things last year (granted, sometimes it lead nowhere and caused turnovers), he stops and goes for a simple pass or dump in.
He rarely goes up in the offensive zone anymore. He doesn't seem to look for those big major hits anymore. You never see him get in the opposition's face.
He plays a very calm and discreet game, or at least he's trying to.
He doesn't look like the PK of the two previous years, and I don't think this is coming from him.
Last year he was trying to do too much, now we have him do way to little, to the point where he looks confused at times.
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