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05-28-2013, 08:45 PM
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I'm new to hockey, and to the Rangers, so I can't chime in too much. So, I want someone to correct me on this:

I felt that one our bigger weaknesses was at the points. Besides Mcdonagh, and Girardi, we didn't have many defensemen that could contain the puck and take slapshots. I thought there were too many times when we could have maintained the puck in our zone but it was able to get past us, killing our momentum.

MDZ is a good example of not being able to take shots, since a majority of his shots go wide every time. I want defensemen that could take solid shots at the point that will create rebounds and/or deflections down low.

Defensemen that could help us? I don't know that much about hockey to provide suggestions.

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