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06-21-2013, 09:48 AM
Pepe Silvia
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Originally Posted by Marotte Marauder View Post
I see this a lot on the forum, yet nobody ever points to an in game adjustment or strategy he has successfully implemented. Lines mixed in a blender, Kruger at 2C, Sharp never back at 2C? Change up the forechecking scheme, effectively dump and chase? What? Show me something.
The Hawks have been successful when they have an aggressive forecheck, pinching dmen, etc. I get frustrated at the lack of dumping and chasing too, but that isn't Chicago's game. It can be annoying when guys like Kane hold onto the puck at the blue line and turn it over, but then there's times when he creates a big scoring chance.

Sharp is not going to play C. You're just going to have to accept that. And there's no reason for Kruger to be the 2C right now. Handzus has been fine for the most part.

It's not Quenneville's fault every time the team plays like **** or Hossa leaves the game in warm ups. Most of what you're complaining about is grasping at straws.

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