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10-09-2013, 11:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Trxjw View Post
What exactly is the magic number that allows a team to play an offensive-ish system versus a 'collapse the net at all costs' defensive system? Renney didn't have the horses. Torts didn't have the horses. Now AV doesn't have the horses? If the benchmark for an offensive system is being able to ice the lineup that the Pens, Blackhawks or Sharks have.. then there's something wrong there.

The fact that we have the same issues year after year has as much to do with the people running the show as it does the players.
Good post.

You don't need to be a particularly talented team to solve a lot of the problems that have plagued this team. When a team consistently has issues with simple things like knowing where support players are or making a pass to a wide open teammate, it goes beyond the roster.

There are middling college teams that have had a more consistent and coherent transition game than the Rangers.

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