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05-22-2014, 07:49 PM
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Schenn was 53.3% (64/120) at the faceoff dot for the whole tounament.
He improved toward the end of the season too. Any way to look up his stats for the first half vs te second half in terms of FOs?

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All three Flyers turned in excellent performances from what I saw. Coburn looked outstanding, in particular. Playing on a well rounded blueline gives him the opportunity to hone in on what he does well. He doesn't need to be insulated; he just needs to have a proper structure around him so he isn't expected to do everything. I really think he would be held in much higher regard if he had some decent tools surrounding him.

EDIT: Also, BSchenn was a great complement to MacKinnon (who wouldn't?). If he's not expected to be the puck carrier on a line, his ability to get open and rip shots is so much more pronounced. Get him on a line with Giroux and/or Voracek already.

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He improved toward the end of the season too. Any way to look up his stats for the first half vs te second half in terms of FOs?
http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/players/4685/splits/

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All three Flyers turned in excellent performances from what I saw. Coburn looked outstanding, in particular. Playing on a well rounded blueline gives him the opportunity to hone in on what he does well. He doesn't need to be insulated; he just needs to have a proper structure around him so he isn't expected to do everything. I really think he would be held in much higher regard if he had some decent tools surrounding him.

EDIT: Also, BSchenn was a great complement to MacKinnon (who wouldn't?). If he's not expected to be the puck carrier on a line, his ability to get open and rip shots is so much more pronounced. Get him on a line with Giroux and/or Voracek already.
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