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07-15-2013, 02:06 PM
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Originally Posted by BernieParent View Post
I'm obviously in agreement. However, a faceoff win is only part of the equation. Far too many times of late, the Flyers would win a defensive-zone faceoff, only to give up the puck, even when faced with minimal forechecking pressure. If they want to continue to look for the home run pass, they still should have a forward circling low for a plan B.
Coburn was the worst at that. defensive zone face-off win to Coburn, then he'd promptly give it right back to them some how

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