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GDT: 12/10/11 Canadiens vs Devils


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YEA, it would also be fantastic if we can make a priority of acquiring a D than can help the PP

Larsson, Taormina, Greene, Tallinder busting his ass today. Thats not the issue. The dmen like A-Train need to go in and sit people down on their asses. Other teams are scoring against us on rebounds and screens. Our defense needs to go in and clear the front of the net.

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Larsson, Taormina, Greene, Tallinder busting his ass today. Thats not the issue. The dmen like A-Train need to go in and sit people down on their asses. Other teams are scoring against us on rebounds and screens. Our defense needs to go in and clear the front of the net.

Yea you are right, but we also suck on the PP. The system in place is not good and we also have no defense-man who can significantly produce points on the PP.

Also, what the heck is Kovy still doing on the point ? Is it so hard to understand for Oates/Deboer that it would be better to have him on the left side (top of the circle)

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Wait, didn't they sign someone to a pretty nice contract for that reason? Wears #28, often injured.....

yeah, but Marty's not helping Flopping when the puck is within 20 feet. Damn Floundering on his belly alot.

Those White maintenance jump suits just look ridiculous, put'em in Red and Black SWAT gear or something

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yeah, but Marty's not helping Flopping when the puck is within 20 feet. Damn Floundering on his belly alot.

That's the bad Brodeur. When he's not on his game that's what happens. You can go back over his enitre career. When he's trying too hard, overcompensating, fatigued or frustrated that's the side of his play that shows. He flopps, flails, drops and commits.

The HOF'er Brodeur stands up, plays the angles, anticipates play and doesn't overcompensate or make the 1st move.

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That's the bad Brodeur. When he's not on his game that's what happens. You can go back over his enitre career. When he's trying too hard, overcompensating, fatigued or frustrated that's the side of his play that shows. He flopps, flails, drops and commits.

The HOF'er Brodeur stands up, plays the angles, anticipates play and doesn't overcompensate or make the 1st move.

Ive been saying that for a long time also. You can see when his game decreases and he becomes desperate with saves....thus flopping around and diving at anything around him. His frustration leads to desperation.

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