Monday, March 8, 2010

Where Does One Find a Good One-Timer?

The Falconer examines why the Thrashers are so very bad against teams that play the trap. I was particularly intrigued by this thing: "when playing a defensively sound team you must take one-timers on net."

He's right, of course. But didn't we used to have a guy who could execute a decent one-timer? Where do we find such men today? Where do we find such one-timers?


the jointhead said...

11:30 Centennial Park bring cash.

Jay said...

Apparently the cost of one-timers is over $100M. Who knew?

Mortimer Peacock said...

Indeed. The funny thing is that there's two guys on the team with good one-timers (Bogosian, Kubina), one with a decent one-timer (Hainsey), and one with a fantastic one-timer that he rarely uses (Enstrom). God knows if our forwards know how to do one.