pens#1 wrote:are u serious??
the coaches oversee every line change
there have been multiple time that we have had 7-8 players on the ice...
ur guy comes to the bench and u go over the boards- not that hard
this is something the coach is responsilble for
pens#1 wrote:how many bench minors do we have to take??
getting 5 players on the ice and 5 off is his job!!!! can we scratch him for a game to send a message? it seems every game we get called to for too many men or come real close.
i know there will be alot of people down after the loss but look at it this way...if crosby played the last 3 games do u think we would have went 0-1-2? i dont were still in the playoff race and we are still in the Atlantic division race...
on tuesday Crosby will be back and will light up the Islanders!!!
The problem is the players on the bench need to communicate better with the players they are replacing. What happened is say a LW comes off the bench, but the LW he's replacing suddenly veers away or something happens forcing one of them to touch the puck.
pens#1 wrote:thank u pfim
players are resposible but come on there rarely is a line that stays together and it is hurting the team
pens#1 wrote:i just dont see any chemistry at all... with malkin scoring all these goals you would think there would be someone that fits very well with him
CKA24 wrote:The reason people (and possibly MT) disagree with the dynamic duo on one line is so that there are two somewhat productive lines on the team instead of one productive line. This way, the other team has to match up defensively against the two different lines instead of sending the shut-down energy guys on Geno/Sid. With Malkin scoring like a maniac and Sid settin up Rex, I would somewhat agree.... although Sid/Geno would be sick and I think they'd out play the energy guys... therefore my stance is...
RIDING THE FENCE!
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