I posted something in the post GDT about the "full 60" that we all talk about , and the coaches too. I wonder though, in all fairness, even the elite teams can`t play a full 60 minute game all the time. I`ve watched a few Hawks games, clearly a few Bruins games, the Pens, force fed the Canucks here too. In the game today, it`s a rare thing to see a team completely dominate another team (unless those teams are the Sabres/Oilers), play crisp, concise hockey, giving opponents little to no chance for push back. I didn`t start a poll here but I was wondering if we were to hear from the teams with the best records coaches, over the course of a full season, what would they put as a realistic number of games as being one`s where they felt they got a true, and bonafide "full 60"???? My guess is 12-15 of pure 60 minute hockey with barely an opponent being able to push back. You folks??