Team Toughness II
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12-09-2013, 03:24 PM
Join Date: Mar 2002
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It's not as if the alternative(s) is adding much, if any, productivity on the ice.
If we're going to lose, let's at least lose with some emotion and leave a statement on the ice from with what to build on.
I'm not of the belief that this coaching staff feels comfortable coaching the type of players off the ice. The on ice product reflects a group of likable, slender, nice guys, which is great if you're trying to make friends in Chelsea. Even the tough guys are nice guy tough, they will step in and defend when not out of breath, but to initiate? To actually step up?
Well I don't know if that is going to happen under AV & Arnie.
The line up up front and the back end to a degree tells me this group at large is more sensitive than emotional, and given the underdeveloped physique of a lot of forwards up front, pushing back will hurt physically in addition to making them feel bad. So why bother trying?
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