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methadose mallinckrodt 5mg JT Miller couldn’t get the puck out of the zone, which was a problem. Then Peter Holland went to the puck carrier instead of noticing Jori Lehtera cutting to the slot behind him. The pass actually didn’t connect, but Hank was looking for the deflection, so the lack thereof confused him and beat him.
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Scott Laughton was in between both Sproul and John Gilmour, neither took the body. It left him open for the deflection on the Ivan Provorov shot. No chance for Hank.
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This was a standard 2-on-2 with a back checker taking out the trailer. The problem is that no one picked up Brandon Manning, who was the fourth man in. He had so much time that he got the pass at the top of the circle and was able to walk in past the hash marks before beating Hank.
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Stop me if you’ve heard this before. A shot wide springs a 2 on 1 the other way. This time Holland found Mats Zuccarello who buried it high.
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Nolan Patrick is pretty good at this hockey thing. He got through the defense to get the initial deflection. Because he was free for the deflection, he was free to get behind them to roof the rebound as well.
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This was an interesting goal. It’s amazing what a shot from the point that actually gets through with traffic in front can do. The entire fourth line was in front on this one before Holland was able to get the loose puck through to tie it.
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This shot by Travis Konecny is probably one that Hank wants back. It’s a good shot stick side, but it hits off his blocker and goes in. I don’t necessarily consider this a soft goal, but it’s certainly one that can be, and probably should be, stopped.
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Another turnover winds up in the back of the net. This time Konecny turned it with Claude Giroux. Nick Holden was pinching, leaving Tony DeAngelo to defend that 2-on-1. He did not stop the pass from getting across, and Giroux roofed it.
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Another 2 on 1, but Hank gets this one. But then Holland whiffed on the clear, the puck went right to Lehtera. His shot went off Holland’s stick and through Hank’s legs.
This game was a train wreck. I’ve never seen so many 2-on-1s in my life. It was an embarrassment, to be honest. I’m amazed AV didn’t pull Hank, but I guess after that death stare on Saturday, it should’ve been expected. On to the next."Track meet with Philly ends in familiar fashion",