Posted 22 April 2014 - 07:31 PM
Honestly our biggest problem is not being able to ice 3 solid d pairings. Kindl - Lashoff has been so bad - every time they are out there the Bruins kill our momentum and swing it their way further. Kindl just has the hardest time making the simplest plays - just keeping the puck in at the line he can't even throw it deep along the boards withoutf****** up.
What about something drastic, then? Split Kindl and Lashoff up. I'd say Lashoff is the more reliable of the two, so what about something like:
And then Babcock just keeps Kindl off the ice as much as possible?
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