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03-05-2013, 10:16 AM
It's weird and gross
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Originally Posted by triggrman View Post
I think Blum has to be able to play aggressive. When he plays on instinct he's great, when he tries to slow things down and play it safe he makes bone headed plays.

He reminds me in that regard to Klein in his early years.
Blum's issue that I'm noticing is that he's terrible one on one. Whether along the boards, or worse, protecting a zone entry...he gets beat way too often. At least twice a game lately he's been trying to maintain gap, only to have a forward simply...go around him.

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