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Could we ONCE be agressive???

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01-09-2007, 08:48 PM
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Could we ONCE be agressive???

I am soooo tired of watching teams run roughshod over Jagr with NO fear of repercussion whatsoever. We see how dominant the Jagr line is when they have space. My question is, why does the team, mainly Renney, not get offended when other teams take liberties? IMO, Witt playing Jagr tough is the same as Brashear elbowing him. Neither are acceptable. I don't think goon hockey is good just for goon hockey sake, but if you use tough players properly, they are like valuable chess pieces. Why not run a set play to take Witt off the ice? Put Hollweg on the wing of the Jagr line. Throw an alleyoop dump into Witts corner and set him up for Hollweg to crush him. After that happens about twice, Witt's going to lose his cool and take himself out of the game. Presto! Jagr is free to run amok. You may call it cheap or dirty, I call it coaching.

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