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06-16-2013, 01:46 AM
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I feel like I should be actually trying to contribute toward the debate instead of making dumb remarks at everything everyone posts since I have probably watched the most Canucks and Rangers coverage in the last 4 years.

All I will say is this though. AV is far more adaptable than Torts because AV's overall game is more balanced and therefore, he doesn't need to make certain major adjustments to address malfunctions. One big difference is that AV actually thinks of the neutral zone as a zone for transition instead of Torts who I don't think has ever thought of the neutral zone as more than the zone where you get your forwards to step up and take the oppositions' players out of the play and regaining puck possession in our defensive zone where the two stay at homes will sling the puck back and forth before attempting to get it up the ice by chipping and chasing or dumping and chasing.

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