If Del Zotto is healthy, how many goals will he score in an offensive system?
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08-19-2013, 03:17 PM
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The Rangers D is fine defensively. Offensively, it is among the worst. This was never more evident than in the Bruins series, the other major problem being the total domination at the 4th line level.
The Rangers are in desperate need of at least one gifted offensive defenseman. MDZ was supposed to be that. So far, no.
So what I got from this post is that Del Zotto should stop working on his defense, and go back to the perennial liability that can run a power play? Marc Andre Bergeron is in Switzerland, lets go get him. Hell call back Kotalik also, those were the glory days because we had a damn good PP.
The man is not Nick Lidstrom, he's worked hard to round out his game and he's 23 years old. DZ's well on his way to becoming a 50 point two-way defenseman that can play 22+ minutes a night. That's an exceptional hockey player. Shame on him for proving every single hockey mind wrong and becoming a solid NHL defenseman.
This thread is one of the worst I've seen on this board in awhile.
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