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05-13-2013, 09:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Ola View Post
Yeah, it's definitely systematic.

Se don't pass the puck stick to stick, we put it into areas. When we go on the PP, we are forced to adjust and play a diffrent type of game and that is tough. You want a PP to be like your 5 on 5 game as much as possible normally, but you can of course not play on the PP like we do 5 on 5.

You cannot take 2-3 bad decisions on a PP. Early last night we won a draw and Girardi took a shot when everyone backed away from the net to get open. We lost the next draw and our "1st unit" (Brass and Zucc) never where able to set up, we only got something going again with 40 sec left. Boyle got the on the subsequent PP, waited to long alon the left boards close to the blueline, and we had to start again. Another 40 sec wasted.

We just hold on to the puck so poorly, it's never present in our 5 on 5 game to make plays and we can adjust on the PP.
True. But we win games by JAM and JAM only & that is that.
Hope for a win but gave up on watching entertaining Ranger hockey long ago (although the Pittsburgh blowout was really fun)

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