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02-02-2007, 03:05 PM
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Pock-Lampman

I like it more than Malik

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02-02-2007, 03:22 PM
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it will be a shame if Pock sits.

Sure, he made a mistake on the Sundin goal.

However, here are your choices:

1. Bench him and he loses confidence and starts overanalyzing himself over 1 bad mistake on that goal

2. Let him play and grow and learn from that mistake

I would take Choice 2 every time...Renney doesn't

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There is the difference. The mistake Pock made was not due to lack of experience, but due to lack of attention. He must have been told to watch for "a hanger" by coaches, but let himself be carried away.

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There is the difference. The mistake Pock made was not due to lack of experience, but due to lack of attention. He must have been told to watch for "a hanger" by coaches, but let himself be carried away.
you contradict yourself there because paying attention to something like what happened with Sundin is something you learn WITH EXPERIENCE. That kind of a breakaway sequence is something that develops much faster in the NHL level than in the minors...and I'm also sure he has never seen how good a guy like Sundin is at doing it. So Pock did try to get back but by the time he tried doing so, it was too late...he just thought he had more time than he did...again, the play develops much faster in the NHL

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