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[RS] (#2) Rangers vs. Dallas Stars — Let's Try That Again


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15 hours ago, TwoMinutesForNothing said:

I mean he didn't even change up Quinn's nonsensical PP units with guys shooting on the wrong side.  He definitely showed up and was like, "hey guys who do you like to play with?  We'll go with what you like."

At the end of the game he had Zib in Panarin's spot with Panarin where Strome has been and moved Strome into the bump spot.  I think they got more looks like that.  These guys are all the best offensive players on the team.  Not quite sure why you'd expect a coach to do otherwise.

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8 hours ago, Kevin said:

At the end of the game he had Zib in Panarin's spot with Panarin where Strome has been and moved Strome into the bump spot.  I think they got more looks like that.  These guys are all the best offensive players on the team.  Not quite sure why you'd expect a coach to do otherwise.

Honestly, i’d put Blais instead of Strome. He looks useless on the PP. Let Kreider and The Bull own the front of the net

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10 hours ago, Kevin said:

At the end of the game he had Zib in Panarin's spot with Panarin where Strome has been and moved Strome into the bump spot.  I think they got more looks like that.  These guys are all the best offensive players on the team.  Not quite sure why you'd expect a coach to do otherwise.

Not have 4 right handed shots on the same unit so that there actually a threat of a one timer form the right side, which will prevent the defense from anticipating the shot on the left.  it's not too much to ask. 

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8 hours ago, TwoMinutesForNothing said:

Not have 4 right handed shots on the same unit so that there actually a threat of a one timer form the right side, which will prevent the defense from anticipating the shot on the left.  it's not too much to ask. 

They had a guy. A couple of guys that could have been used in that spot. 

Kakko, Kreider and Blais are the only logical options for that need. I mean.... there's Hunt. Yayyyy. (He did have a nice shift against Dallas, where he controlled the puck and got a couple of opportunities, one I think was off his own rebound). I don't want Miller out there, but having a guy manning the back end who is capable of keeping the puck in the zone, is usually a  need. D men seem more capable of that skill IMO. 

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