Island Nucklehead wrote:Meds wrote:The Sedins seem to be having trouble reading their near side dman when he pinches in for a pass.....They have played the pass up the boards behind him on several occasions now tonight.
Too fancy. The jig is up on them. Let them sit there on the PP. They want you to make the first move, so they can backdoor it or out-number you. They really need a new look.
Stay in the lane. When Hank starts letting them rip, or attacking the slot with the puck... that's when they will need to adjust and we might see more success. As long as he sits along the wall doing nothing but stick handling, and everyone else is static, the PP will be junk.