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Game #28 San Jose SHARKS @ Anaheim Ducks 7:00pm PDT March 18, 2013 CSNCA

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03-19-2013, 01:20 AM
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Jake Muzzin "stood up" for Colin Fraser three games ago and cost the Kings the game.
That is true but that is not the desired route, more so strong physical play and solid forchecking game. That is the desired return/standing up for your team. Clowe can bring either/or. Burish, Galiardi and Zus bring zero.

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Including misses and blocks, Sharks outshot Ducks 22-8 with Demers on the ice 5v5. But let's keep scratching him for Douglas Murray.

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That is true but that is not the desired route, more so strong physical play and solid a forchecking game. That is the desired return/standing up for your team. Clowe can bring either/or. Burish, Galiardi and Zus bring zero.
What exactly what do you mean by "strong physical game", and how is strong forehecking standing up for your team? Everyone was calling on someone to do just what Muzzin did, despite the fact that that kind of behavior is 1) stupid, no reason to through a hoopla over a clean hit, and 2) gives the opponent a PP more often than not, which more often than not leads to a goal against.

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Strange Demers switches to Colin White's number, then gets benched all the time... right?

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Strange Demers switches to Colin White's number, then gets benched all the time... right?
Too bad they didn't Bench Colin White all of last year.

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What exactly what do you mean by "strong physical game", and how is strong forehecking standing up for your team? Everyone was calling on someone to do just what Muzzin did, despite the fact that that kind of behavior is 1) stupid, no reason to through a hoopla over a clean hit, and 2) gives the opponent a PP more often than not, which more often than not leads to a goal against.
I'm not sure whom was calling for a Muzzin type response but, you must know what a strong physical game is! Some of that physical pressure we use to play with much more regularily / such as you see Clowe play with much of the time. Just watch a Bruins game, that is strong physical hockey. This is what is completely lacking in our bottom 6.

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Are you talking about Hall's hit on Clutterbuck or just typical Clutterbuck hits?
Typical Clutterbuck hit. Beleskey hit Zus when the puck was almost to center ice..that to me deserved a response physically.

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I'm not sure whom was calling for a Muzzin type response but, you must know what a strong physical game is! Some of that physical pressure we use to play with much more regularily / such as you see Clowe play with much of the time. Just watch a Bruins game, that is strong physical hockey. This is what is completely lacking in our bottom 6.
You're going to have to describe this "strong physical play" thing to me. I don't see Clowe doing anything of the sort. Do you mean "finishing their checks"? Does anyone actually think that finishing your checks makes your teammate feel better about getting hit, or help you win at all?

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Have to love Thornton talking about SJ having a good effort tonight just a bad 4-5 minutes.

Yeah Joe you guys played a great 56 minutes of hockey What a total moron.

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Have to love Thornton talking about SJ having a good effort tonight just a bad 4-5 minutes.

Yeah Joe you guys played a great 56 minutes of hockey What a total moron.
I don't know how he can still say things like that. They had a good first and a good 15 minutes of the 3rd. 35 minutes..his math is off.

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You're going to have to describe this "strong physical play" thing to me. I don't see Clowe doing anything of the sort. Do you mean "finishing their checks"? Does anyone actually think that finishing your checks makes your teammate feel better about getting hit, or help you win at all?
I think he means from an energy stand point and to maybe get your bench going. Usually energy can be physical plays or just tenacity in winning board battles or races to loose pucks. Its contagious and teams feed off of things like that.

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Typical Clutterbuck hit. Beleskey hit Zus when the puck was almost to center ice..that to me deserved a response physically.
Yeah, Clutterbuck's hits are always quite late. Watched a highlight video of him on youtube and saw a few slew foots as well.

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I don't know how he can still say things like that. They had a good first and a good 15 minutes of the 3rd. 35 minutes..his math is off.
To be fair he missed a portion of the 2nd and he didn't get drafted 1st overall for his math skills.

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Yeah, Clutterbuck's hits are always quite late. Watched a highlight video of him on youtube and saw a few slew foots as well.
I just notice his hits can be late. Never seen him slew foot but then again...slew foots often go undetected unless incredibly blatant.

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You're going to have to describe this "strong physical play" thing to me. I don't see Clowe doing anything of the sort. Do you mean "finishing their checks"? Does anyone actually think that finishing your checks makes your teammate feel better about getting hit, or help you win at all?
Like I said, watch some Bruins hockey as the example and yes, physicality along with speed and scoring depth all adds to the strength of a team. We already have a team capable of offence (although yes Clowe and Havlat are struggling in this aspect) but too much missing in our bottom half up front. As many have mentioned, too many passengers on board.

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To be fair he missed a portion of the 2nd and he didn't get drafted 1st overall for his math skills.

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I think he means from an energy stand point and to maybe get your bench going. Usually energy can be physical plays or just tenacity in winning board battles or races to loose pucks. Its contagious and teams feed off of things like that.
Exactly and thank you G.P.

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Hey guys, Oilers fan here

Not having watched any recent games, I was wonder why Scott Gomez hasn't been tried in the top 6 recently?
He's gotten 7 points in the last 8 games playing with scrubs on the 29th ranked team in GF, meanwhile Boyle, Vlasic, Murray & Stuart have seen shifts with Thornton.

Is it because Gomez is a center, and the Sharks need a winger to play in the top 6?

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Hey guys, Oilers fan here

Not having watched any recent games, I was wonder why Scott Gomez hasn't been tried in the top 6 recently?
He's gotten 7 points in the last 8 games playing with scrubs on the 29th ranked team in GF, meanwhile Boyle, Vlasic, Murray & Stuart have seen shifts with Thornton.

Is it because Gomez is a center, and the Sharks need a winger to play in the top 6?
Well, Boyle, Vlasic, Murray, and Stuart are defensemen, so I'm not sure I see your point...

He has had opportunities in the top-6. He spent several games with Marleau and Pavelski, which didn't amount to much since Gomez has absolutely no defensive game to speak of and Marleau and Pavelski take on the toughs.

He's doing well on the third line providing secondary scoring, and that's where he should stay.

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