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ious year are still around

EDMONTON -- Edgars Kulda scored in overtime as the Edmonton Oil Kings held off the Brandon Wheat Kings 5-4 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday. Henrik Samuelsson scored twice for Edmonton (24-12-1), with singles coming from Luke Bertolucci and Brandon Ralph. Ryan Pulock, Rihards Bukarts, Peter Quenneville and Tanner Kaspick scored for Brandon (20-15-4). Oil Kings goalie Tristan Jarry stopped 22 shots, while at the other end of the ice Curtis Honey made 33 saves. --- WARRIORS 4 RAIDERS 3 MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Jesse Forsberg scored with less than five minutes left to lift the Warriors past Prince Albert. Brayden Point scored twice with Scott Cooke adding another for Moose Jaw (12-22-6). Reid Gardiner, Chance Braid and Carson Perreaux, with a short-handed goal, each scored for the Raiders (20-17-2). Warriors goalie Justin Paulic stopped 29 shots. Cole Cheveldave meanwhile made 33 saves for the Raiders. --- ROYALS 3 SILVERTIPS 2 EVERETT, Wash. -- Ben Walker scored a power-play goal in the final minute of regulation as Victoria eked out a road win. Steven Hodges and Taylor Crunk also scored for the Royals (26-13-2). Patrick Bajkov and Logan Aasman replied for the Silvertips (23-12-4). Victoria was helped out with 32 saves by Patrik Polivka, while Austin Lotz allowed all three goals on 21 shots in net for Everett. --- BLAZERS 7 THUNDERBIRDS 1 SEATTLE -- Cole Ully had a pair of goals for Kamloops in a rout of the Thunderbirds. Joe Kornelsen, Collin Shirley, Tyson Ness, Ryan Rehill and Mitch Lipon also scored for the Blazers (10-25-4), with Kornelson and Lipons coming shorthanded. Branden Troock provided Seattle (22-11-5) with its only goal in the third period. Taran Kozun finished with 33 saves for the Blazers. 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If his coaching history lends its hand to how these six players will be used, by all accounts, they will be responsible for making the Canucks a tough team to play against in the following ways: Pace and Tempo: Desjardins likes his teams to play up to a high level of compete, which includes dictating the pace of the game and determining the change in tempo. If the level drops off, no line will be spared from the expectation to once again kick-start the pace and swing the tempo back in favour of the Canucks. Maintaining the tempo is also a requirement and the bottom half of the forward lineup may be played in more situations in order to pave the way for the top six forwards to spring into action. Frustrating the opponent: Owning up to responsible play will be a mandate across all of the lines, but in particular, the bottom half of Desjardins forward crew. These lines will be called upon to finish every check and play sensible, not giving into reactionary penalties. If this attitude is combined with the above pace and tempo narrative, one can imagine how agitated the opponent could become. Balancing the line-up: It is my belief that Desjardins would like to have the oppoortunity to go to any line, any night and rely on that line based on how the game is being played out.dddddddddddd This puts the onus on the bottom six forwards to be ready to play variable minutes from night to night, depending on how the coach sees fit. It may surprise some which lines get used against certain teams or on certain nights, but it could be a reactionary element that helps to round out Dejardins arsenal. Another aspect of increased bottom six minutes is to bring balance to the lineup, relating to the top six forwards. This not only applies to overall minutes, but situational play in games. The fresher the top six are kept throughout the later stages of the game, the more opportunity there is to dictate the play and either change gears to catch up or to power home the win. With all of this in mind, the competition for spots on the third and fourth lines could be extreme. Many of the players who held those jobs in the previous year are still around and there have also been new names added to the mix, which widens the group that must be narrowed down, come opening night. Adding to internal competition, is the fact that some players are in contract years, including the likes of Shawn Matthias, Brad Richardson and Tom Sestito who are due to become unrestricted free agents and Linden Vey who is a restricted free agent at seasons end. These players will not only be competing in camp for jobs on this years Canucks team, but will be slugging it out the whole season for a chance to be renewed. 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