That play was really incredible. So many things had to go just right. Morrow had to get over to the boards and jar the puck free. Ribs had to make a difficult pass behind him and know where Loui was. Loui had to do the exact same thing and keep the relay going. And then Benn had to beat a guy he couldn't 6 previous times during the night.
That play was the perfect example of the trust that was missing during the slide. Instead of taking the D himself, Ribs had to trust that Morrow would gain position & tie him up. Instead of making a play for the puck, Morrow had to trust that Ribs would get it. Instead of overthinking the play, Ribs trusted that Loui would be in position near the dot. And instead of taking a quick shot when he was covered by 2 guys, Loui had to trust that Benn would pinch in and finish it...
i find myself griping at wandell, something to the effect of, 'get the hell in there on the forecheck, don't just drift back and hope peterson wins the puck on his own!' ... and of course he promptly scores.
really though, i just don't think we'll ever see consistent scoring from him until he's willing to take a hit.