jk Posted July 7, 2003 Share Posted July 7, 2003 Since no one seems to have anything to talk about, how about the power play? While I don't mean to offend, I am of the opinion that the power play has been the weakest aspect of the Sioux under Coach Blais. When the opponent would be penalized from 1997-2000, I would wish the Sioux could just decline the penalty, as it usually came when the team was pouring on the pressure anyway, rolling line after line of pressure. So many times, the failed PP seemed to take the momentum away from the team. Even with top-tier players like Roche and the Line of Fire, it didn't seem like the PP conversion rate was otherworldly like I would have expected. Which brings me to this year. Forwards who qualify for a look on the PP include: Parise* Bochenski* Murray Massen* Prpich* McMahon* Stafford * Saw PP time last year. Potential PP point men include: Lundbohm* Schneider* Fuher* Fylling* Dahlen Bina Without seeing the newcomers, it is hard to know how they will fit in. I'll suggest these PP units: Parise, Bochenski, Murray, Schneider, Lundbohm McMahon, Prpich, Massen, Fuher, Bina Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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