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05-14-2013, 05:23 PM
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I don't think it should take much coaching to have an effective PP. You need two d-men and a FW on the half-wall that can pass quickly and accurately enough to get a semi-clear point shot. Repeat until garbage goal. I'd rather see a long wrister asap after setting up in the zone, than the back and forth routine I see so many teams waste half their PP on trying to get the "perfect" one-timer. Sometimes I'd rather watch bottom-sixers on the PP because they don't get caught up with trying too many fancy (p)ass plays. A team could double their PP chances just by dumbing things down.

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