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Ice Times - YAY!

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Remember last year when our 4th line was getting 5 min a game and our 3rd line was getting 9min a game and our 2nd and 1st were getting 17min a game? Remember looking at our competition and seeing their 3rd and 4th lines seeing 10 - 13 minutes a game?

Well, looking at last nights' numbers, our team looks to be sharing ice time in a very productive way. Way to go!!

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With a shortened condensed schedule every team is going to be rolling all their lines more to help with fatigue and to prevent injuries.

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Remember last year when our 4th line was getting 5 min a game and our 3rd line was getting 9min a game and our 2nd and 1st were getting 17min a game? Remember looking at our competition and seeing their 3rd and 4th lines seeing 10 - 13 minutes a game?

Well, looking at last nights' numbers, our team looks to be sharing ice time in a very productive way. Way to go!!

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Remember last year when our 4th line was getting 5 min a game and our 3rd line was getting 9min a game and our 2nd and 1st were getting 17min a game? Remember looking at our competition and seeing their 3rd and 4th lines seeing 10 - 13 minutes a game?

Well, looking at last nights' numbers, our team looks to be sharing ice time in a very productive way. Way to go!!

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When guys like Hansen and Raymond are putting up as much points as the Sedins you can't really afford not to cut the 'first' lines minutes, can you?

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i was expecting numbers, that is all

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The earlier in a game where can we blow our opponents out of the ice, the better...

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Another interesting stat is average shift length. First 2 lines on the Canucks average shift length is consistently 40 to 50 seconds while 3rd and 4th lines are consistently 30 to 40 seconds. A nod to good coaching?

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In fairness to AV there are quite a few players showing up better than they did last year at this time.

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