Game 1: NYR v. Bruins (16/05/13)

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    Re: Game 1: NYR v. Bruins (16/05/13)

    In response to stinkman's comment:

     

    Confidence 

     

     



    That makes sense.  Cheers!

     

     
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    Re: Game 1: NYR v. Bruins (16/05/13)

    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

    The powerplay sure does look different with Seguin at the point and Jagr on the half wall.

    It creates a little more confusion than the stationary around-the-horn system we've been watching.

    When Seguin can get himself set up for the onetimer instead of stopping the puck and stops shooting at the goalies emblem, we will see some goals. Tyler stands still when Jagr wants to do the cross ice pass.

    San, what difference do you see in his positioning for the onetimer as opposed to Stamkos who seems to be able to regularly get off the shot?  Seguin seems to have the D close in on him quickly preventing his release.  Is he in too close?  Too far away?




    Jagr waits for Seguin to get in place then the cross ice pass is made. Tyler is not in the place he wants to be so that is positioning on his part.

     
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    Re: Game 1: NYR v. Bruins (16/05/13)

    In response to nrguy's comment:

    Once Tyler slows down his game, he'll take a big jump. Will only take time and muscle. You can't teach speed and he's already picked up his D game.




    Right you are. He needs some variation. Like a pitcher in baseball.

    Once he learns to change speed we will see a Hall of Famer.

     
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    Re: Game 1: NYR v. Bruins (16/05/13)

    In response to RichHillOntario's comment:

    In response to huntbri's comment:

     

    The Bruins played a complete game tonight.  No complaints and the kids were all very good.  I love Krug.  He can skate and move the puck but he takes a hit from Nash and still finds the puck and still gets the puck out.

     



    He also took out King Kong Boyle and knocked him into the net behind Rask.

     




    I loved that play too!!

     
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    Re: Game 1: NYR v. Bruins (16/05/13)

    Anyone got a youtube clip of the walnut shot?

     

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