2012-13 Subjective +/- Ratings
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03-13-2013, 10:04 AM
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: The Triangle
Game 20 vs Florida Panthers
ES GOALS FOR
1st 6:23 Jokinen (Nash, Faulk)
+1 Nash - Solid job anticipating the trajectory of that dump-in, and creating a playable puck for Jokinen off the boards.
+1 Jokinen - Bit of a lucky shot, but hey, he needed one.
1st 8:39 Tlusty (Semin)
+1 Semin - How completely ridiculous is that pass?
+1 Tlusty - He can pretty much just stand in front of the net and get A-grade scoring chances at will.
1st 9:28 Jokinen (Nash)
+1 Nash - Hope he remembers to send Strachan a thank-you card for that turnover.
+1 Jokinen - Unlike the first goal, there was no luck to this one. Solid shot.
2nd 5:22 Nash (Dwyer, Jokinen)
+1 Nash - How unbelievable of a game was this for Nash? On his first NHL goal he takes the puck off the boards, leads the rush, makes a second takeaway, then finishes a beauty of a give-and-go. Unreal.
+1 Dwyer - I thought for sure his return pass would be a turnover. Nice job getting it through.
+1 Faulk - Began the transition play by rubbing a Panther off the puck and leaving it for Nash.
2nd 13:03 Eric Staal (Semin)
+1 Eric Staal - Another case of Staal forechecking to set himself up for a goal.
+1 Semin - Working with Staal in the aforementioned forechecking and setting up of goals.
3rd 12:01 Eric Staal (Semin, McBain)
+1 McBain - Smart little pinch to keep the puck in play and set up the cycle.
+1 Semin - Pretty much trolled Goc here.
+1 Eric Staal - The look on his face after the goal says it all. It was just coming so easy for him that night.
ES GOALS AGAINST
1st 17:41 Matthias (Smithson, Parros)
+1 Goaltender Error - Ward - He got stuck moving around in a butterfly position, which was actually not a bad thing, but lifted up off the ice at the last second. Would have been a very easy save if he had even just had his stick on the ice, never mind his 5-hole closed.
2nd 19:15 Kuba (Goc, Strachan)
-1 Nash - Not sure what preceded this sequence, but somehow we ended up with Nash, Jokinen and Jordan Staal on the ice together. Based on their positioning, Nash should have covered RW but failed to make the switch, instead covering the slot like a center (probably the only time George Parros has ever been triple-teamed). Result: nobody covering Kuba's one-timer from the faceoff dot.
+2 Eric Staal
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