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05-20-2013, 07:38 PM
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Rangers new-look Powerplay for Game 3

i wonder if this PP can do the trick..

trying to light the mood around here..
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05-20-2013, 07:39 PM
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A blue box with a question mark probably would be more effective than icing 5 players.

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05-20-2013, 07:40 PM
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i wonder if this PP can do the trick..

trying to light the mood around here..
you mean going out with nothing?

Might as well

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05-20-2013, 07:41 PM
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good to see the NY Rangers are practicing Duck Duck Goose it looks like it from this..
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05-20-2013, 07:52 PM
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Hagelin - Stepan - Nash
Stralman - Zuccarello

Kreider - Brassard - Callahan
McDonagh - Moore


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05-20-2013, 10:01 PM
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Put everyone on the ice. I likes it. It's a good stratergy.

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05-20-2013, 10:03 PM
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Put everyone on the ice. I likes it. It's a good stratergy.
Of course. Instead of suffering for a full two minutes, they will end it with a too many men penalty.

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Of course. Instead of suffering for a full two minutes, they will end it with a too many men penalty.
Precisely. Thus alleviating us of the pain of watching that car wreck.

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Lookin good till they get called for too many men on the ice

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Hagelin - Stepan - Nash
Stralman - Zuccarello

Kreider - Brassard - Callahan
McDonagh - Moore

I think McDonagh-Moore together would be redundant, but I'm not an NHL coach.

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05-20-2013, 10:59 PM
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Why doesn't Callahan go back to his spot to the right of the goalie to deflect shots under his leg like he used to?

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05-20-2013, 11:03 PM
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Why doesn't Callahan go back to his spot to the right of the goalie to deflect shots under his leg like he used to?
Because Callahan has been playing like he thinks he's Marian Hossa. He is having a lot of issues like Dubi last year who didn't know what role he should be in. What he should be doing is what you said, go to screen goalies and deflect shots. What he is doing is trying to play a skilled, playmaking type game.

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Because Callahan has been playing like he thinks he's Marian Hossa. He is having a lot of issues like Dubi last year who didn't know what role he should be in. What he should be doing is what you said, go to screen goalies and deflect shots. What he is doing is trying to play a skilled, playmaking type game.
The same thing happened with Gaborik. I'm almost certain that's the same spot Gaborik was in in 2009-10. After that year, I never saw him there again.

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The same thing happened with Gaborik. I'm almost certain that's the same spot Gaborik was in in 2009-10. After that year, I never saw him there again.
Agreed. I have no idea what happened to that powerplay, which looked potent with Kotalik MDZ and Gaborik.

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I played NHL '13 today. Played as the Rangers, got a PP, scored on it and my PS3 spit the disc out and exploded.

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It amazes me how much trouble they have controlling the puck in the opposing zone on a Powerplay, (probably because they don't carry it in, they dump it in)....and how easily the other team clears the puck out of the zone,(usually from shots missed high or wide, They desperately need a good pointman)...It's so frustrating because this has been going on for what seems like forever !!

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Start feeding Moore and Stralman one times. Girardi and Del Zotto need to be off the power play. Put Kreider and Hagelin on it. Start giving the speed players the puck for better zone entry. Win offensive zone face offs on the power play.

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Tortorella has no clue what kind of system he even has anymore, he just grinds his teeth and hopes for the best,

Realistically, I would want to try this out

Callahan-Brassard-Nash
Richards-Stralman

Zuccarello-Stepan-Boyle
MDZ -McDonagh

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05-21-2013, 03:07 AM
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Kreider - Brassard - Hagelin
Stralman/Moore - Zuccarello


First line - SKILL UNIT

Callahan - Stepan - Nash
Richards - MDZ


2nd line - JAM UNIT


It might stink - but no doubt that this setup will not get more points than has been achieved so far
None whatsover
But the Clown would never do this
He keeps banging his head against the wall with the same old same old expecting new results. Man is clearly insane

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05-21-2013, 05:22 AM
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Kreider - Brassard - Hagelin
Stralman/Moore - Zuccarello


First line - SKILL UNIT

Callahan - Stepan - Nash
Richards - MDZ
Hagelin stinks on the PP, I don't know why, but he does.

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05-21-2013, 05:39 AM
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put Christian Thomas on the point on the PP. i heard he has a good shot.. heck at this point they should put Lindberg on the ice instead of Richards..

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It only took Torts and Sullivan a couple of years realizing Dan Girardi is not good on the PP. Better late with forever than never I guess. Next mission: throw Richards, Boyle and Del Zotto off the PP.

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05-21-2013, 06:23 AM
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They pass the puck around like it's a live grenade. At this point it's more mental than anything else.

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05-21-2013, 06:54 AM
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It only took Torts and Sullivan a couple of years realizing Dan Girardi is not good on the PP. Better late with forever than never I guess. Next mission: throw Richards, Boyle and Del Zotto off the PP.
I'm what many on this board consider to be a "Boyle Hater" (i.e. I think Torts overuses him and he's a great fourth line center that can suitably move up to be a third line winger in case of injury/underperformance, but that's it), but I think he's been a bright spot on the 2nd PP unit this postseason. I see no reason to take him off.

I'd want to see this:

Callahan-Brassard-Nash
Zuccarello-Moore

Once we gain possession, Cally just parks his ass in front of the net. Zucc is a lefty, so he'll play the left point so he can pass all the way across the ice on his forehand. Moore is also a lefty, but we need to get him the shot from the middle of the ice.

Brassard will be Brassard, and Nash will hopefully be Nash.

Only problem here is Brassard will lose 60% of the draws.

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Hagelin - Stepan - Nash
Stralman - Zuccarello

Kreider - Brassard - Callahan
McDonagh - Moore


It has nothing to do with the players on the ice and everything to do with how it is implemented. I couldn't agree with Pierre McGuire more when he said it in support of Hagelin. He said the schematics were broken.

It's time to try and different format, the coach to finally take some responsibility, and ADJUST. Something he hasn't done his entire tenure in NY.

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