Lets Fix the Jets: Part 1 Defense

| November 7, 2011 | 1 Comment

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  1. Mark Snowdon says:

    I disagree, I think with some fine tuning the box +1 IS the way to go. With the exception of the Philadelphi game, (which we won) all the other games have been close, low scoring games. Most coaches would kill to keep the opposition to 2 goals in 60 minutes. The problem I have seen too much is the point shots getting blocked right at the blue line. Let the defender dive to block then move around him and take the shot. A couple break aways have been the result of blocked shots coming out over the blue line and careening past the stalled defense man who made the shot. Love the forechecking due to defense pinching in, is the opposite of the “gutless” d I see from my other favorite team Carolina, who more often than not are back pedalling as soom as the opposition touches the puck in their end. Scoring more goals will make the occasional odd man rushes less significant. Keep up the good work Jets.

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