Re: Bergeron to wing please
posted at 12/14/2010 4:08 PM EST
In Response to Re: Bergeron to wing please
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Bergeron to wing please : I don't know anything else to say but I agree with everything you've said . Problem is ......it has nothing to do with my original comments and what point I was making . It's pointless to talk about this any further because I agree with you and you haven't a clue what I'm talking about. It's been great agreeing with you on what you've said and not discussing anything about my original comment. Thanks also for opening my eyes to me being narrow sighted on my comments which we didn't discuss..........um.......I think. BTW that had to be the biggest "Huh" discussion I've ever been involved with yet since joining this forum. Discussing something I originally stated I agreed with while totally disregarding the main point I put forth. Weird ! Roler I respect what you say sometimes but where you were trying to go with this beats me.
Posted by Chowdahkid-[/QUOTE]
I do see what your saying, but the idea of how many goals are scored directly off the face off, as opposed to getting to a lose puck etc, is where I am seeing you undervalue things.. How many goals are scored because teams take and win a face off in the offensive zone, you start with possession and your in the zone, thats the first step to most scoring..
Its not neccessarily "narrow minded" or short sighted, as I stated, but I think there are more goals scored as a result of winning an offensive zone face off, then your thinking.. Not sure there is any way to break those kind of stats down, but theres a lot made of winning face offs..
And maybe I missed something else, but the idea of moving bergeron to wing cause if it adds five goals great, is where I was making the point of moving him to wing he might score 5 more, some one else might score 5 less, the team may give up 5 more, etc..
Its all hypothetical, but centers have the most value, so why take a good one and move him to wing?