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08-17-2014, 05:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Dorian2 View Post
Apparently there are 2 opposing forces at work here.

1. Hall and Ebs ignore Yaks when they have the puck.
2. Yaks is being taught a lesson by Hall and Ebs, for it is Yaks who does not pass the puck to them, not the other way around.

(Point 2 was much more difficult to iterate in a half decent manner.)

Do I have to pick a side?
I don't think there was necessarily two different factions. I think it was a matter of Yak finding chemistry with his teammates and proving himself to the team. Because Yak is such a dynamic, confident and proud player I do believe there has been growing pains with this. But I think he takes steps in the right direction this year.

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