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Old 01-24-2018, 06:57 PM
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I'm not sure if one of Dent's responsibilities is the Ice Dogs PP.

As an assistant at the pro level, two of Ted Dent’s main areas of responsibility were the Penalty Killing and video co-ordinator. Probably safe to assume that he is responsible for the Ice Dog PK.
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Old 01-24-2018, 07:19 PM
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If it's pk. He is doing a super job
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Old 01-24-2018, 07:34 PM
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I believe that Billy has stated in the past many times that Dent looks after the pk and the assistant looks after the pp.
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Old 01-24-2018, 07:42 PM
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My only concern? Will Ted Dent be back next year to finish what he has started with Billy Burke? The fact that he has spent the last 17 years in pro hockey - and has impressive pro resume, probably means he is hoping (and looking) for an opportunity to return! Selfishly, I hope he returns to the Ice Dogs for at least one more season!


My guess is he’s one and done here ... onto greener ($) pastures ...


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Old 01-24-2018, 08:21 PM
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Doesnít matter who the coach is he can say/do whatever with the PP if the players donít do what the coaches are saying then they canít do much about it
Why do we automatically assume the players arenít following the system implemented? How do we know that itís not just a bad system?

I for one, have seen the defencemen rush up the ice, then drop it back to the oncoming forward hoping to catch the other team flat footed at the blue line about 100 times too many. Iím guessing it isnít the players that put that breakout in. But, they continue to use it over and over again. Whatís that they say about doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results?

Could it be the players are being given a bad system? I mean they have an NHL signed player, two NHL drafted players and a potential first round NHL pick on the PP. So, Iím thinking itís not for lack of talent.
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Old 01-24-2018, 08:47 PM
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I for one, have seen the defencemen rush up the ice, then drop it back to the oncoming forward hoping to catch the other team flat footed at the blue line about 100 times too many. Iím guessing it isnít the players that put that breakout in. But, they continue to use it over and over again.
I'm with you on that one... I suspect someone saw it executed flawlessly at some point in the NHL and decided that was for us. I have yet to see it work with the IceDogs, all it does is rob the offensive line of any speed or momentum or cause copious offside calls. Time for something new, and I suspect also time for someone new to be coordinating the PP.
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I'm with you on that one... I suspect someone saw it executed flawlessly at some point in the NHL and decided that was for us. I have yet to see it work with the IceDogs, all it does is rob the offensive line of any speed or momentum or cause copious offside calls. Time for something new, and I suspect also time for someone new to be coordinating the PP.

Like, maybe say, enter the zone with speed, puck position stops high inside the blue line, forwards draw opposition defensemen deep leaving the top of the zone with time to work the puck to set up a cross ice pass one timer?

I can make myself available at lunch time to swing down to teach this, wonít cost much.
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Like, maybe say, enter the zone with speed, puck position stops high inside the blue line, forwards draw opposition defensemen deep leaving the top of the zone with time to work the puck to set up a cross ice pass one timer?

I can make myself available at lunch time to swing down to teach this, wonít cost much.
Yes, that might work but the other team wouldn't be ready for the puck carrier to cross the line while everyone else stands still. Hardly seems sporting that way, entirely not fair to the other team!
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Why do we automatically assume the players arenít following the system implemented? How do we know that itís not just a bad system?

I for one, have seen the defencemen rush up the ice, then drop it back to the oncoming forward hoping to catch the other team flat footed at the blue line about 100 times too many. Iím guessing it isnít the players that put that breakout in. But, they continue to use it over and over again. Whatís that they say about doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results?

Could it be the players are being given a bad system? I mean they have an NHL signed player, two NHL drafted players and a potential first round NHL pick on the PP. So, Iím thinking itís not for lack of talent.
I donít know itís the players for sure but when I was talking about the PP i meant when they are already in the zone and either decide to pass it a million times or just keep skating around i doubt coaches tell them to do that
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Yes, that might work but the other team wouldn't be ready for the puck carrier to cross the line while everyone else stands still. Hardly seems sporting that way, entirely not fair to the other team!
Fair enough, too logical I suppose, would never fly
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