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09-21-2013, 09:09 AM
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Originally Posted by PricePkPatch View Post
The difference, is that while he's getting pancaked, DD is keeping the D busy and unable to play the puck. Compare to a "bad DD night" where he wouldn't have been able to match the D's speed, or the D would have casually disposed of him and recovered the puck.

I don't mind DD getting pushed aside of the puck. Basic physics will teach you that K = mv^2 . But I mind DD getting pushed aside of the puck casually.
Technically speaking....If Cane's D didn't make a bad play on this, Habs loose puck-possession and killed the rush cause DD lost his battle one-on-one and this happened to many times last year.

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