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I totally agree. I live and Van and watch every Canuck game. The D are always forcing the play, jumping into the rush. They are as solid as any in the league right now.
No way Hamrlik is top four D on Vancouver. After the two you mentioned there is Edler and Ehrhoff. Then throw in Bieska and Salo when he comes back and Hammer might not even make the team. Spacek for sure doesnt.
i did and this is what i got:
– depend on goaltending
– generate scoring chances on turn overs generated by the defense and back checking forwards.
– play protect the lead style of hockey before teh puck is dropped
– bench players who don’t follow the system and reward players who fail within the system.
i know i’m being a bit of an ass here but take your happy land glasses off. this team is in serious trouble.
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