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08-25-2013, 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by HatTrick Swayze View Post
But what did they gain by that strategy? They gained rarely having odd man situations along the half boards/down low. Rarely allowed 2-on-1s down low because there was always a collapsing forward to help out. Given that Henrik plays deep, risking deflections (that he would have more time to react to due to his style) but taking away lateral deke/pass plays makes a lot of sense to me.

It's nearly impossible to employ a strategy that defends against everything all the time. I think the Rangers did a damn good job of coming close. Everyone always whines about fixing things with zero thought given to what leaks doing so will open up.
Well said. Far too many people fail to acknowledge the give and take nature of the game. Like how AV will enhance the offense, cover the points, and everything else that worked will remain the same.

These are the same folks that don't criticize Sather despite year and year of plugging up one hole just have to have 2 others open.

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