Del Zotto has been a Del Zaster lately but I'm not for replacing him with an unproven McIlrath yet. Beacon said McIlrath needs to work on his skating an balance, we want that starting with the team next season? Let him develop
My point is thinking a 22 year old defenseman is close to a finished product is ridiculous.
I agree with you he is not finished, but what does that mean? Should we hold on to him and hope that he will become better? Or should we trade him while he might still return something good?
I agree everyone should get a chance, and I tried supporting the guy over the past 2 seasons, but if it were up to me he would be gone. The guy just doesn't get it. Maybe he will get it in a few years, but I would not hold onto him for that reason. There is always the possibility that he will decline as well.
Puck possession, creativity and a quicker passing game is the key to the PP. But since we play an entirely different 5 on 5 game it is hard to adjust accordingly when we go one man up. That, my friends, is the simple yet painfully truthful answer. Playing Stone Age hockey means that is not adaptable nor possible to run an efficient PP. but we got JAM
New York Rangers is nominated for the Nobel Peace Price for our pasifistic work for peace on our own powerplay at times this season. We absolutely refuse to shoot.
I can see how fans say they don't shoot enough looking at the long stretches of no shots during periods, but they do shoot. This team just misses the net a lot or hits the post, the last game there were a bunch of shots that went way wide.