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Thread: What Will the Rangers' Late Game 'D-ployment' Look Like

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh View Post
    Smith, Holtby, Price and Emery take passes.

    Lundqvist should never try to play the puck.
    They take passes in certain unique situations, but not like in soccer. A soccer equivalent to hockey would be the neutral zone is clogged and there is a loose puck. A player on team A recovers the puck and sends it back to their goalie to regroup. This isn't something that happens with any real frequency in the NHL. The times where a goalie is passed to is usually only when there is a play in the defensive zone where there is a single attacker pressing a player who just gained possession and a quick pass over to a goaltender relieves that pressure with very little risk.

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    Thx for sharing your thoughts guys. Ice surface is a challenge and certainly worthy of being responsible for a disastrous result. That said, in all other cases a pro goalie should be able to handle the pass and make one. (Lundy is the exception of course 'cause we love him.) I was always hoping Talbot would become that innovator for us. Anyway, I'm done with this idea. LGR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanJesus View Post
    They take passes in certain unique situations, but not like in soccer. A soccer equivalent to hockey would be the neutral zone is clogged and there is a loose puck. A player on team A recovers the puck and sends it back to their goalie to regroup. This isn't something that happens with any real frequency in the NHL. The times where a goalie is passed to is usually only when there is a play in the defensive zone where there is a single attacker pressing a player who just gained possession and a quick pass over to a goaltender relieves that pressure with very little risk.
    Brodeur was pretty involved prior to the trapezoid . Now, the risk of the penalty discourages that play.
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