I see there are some threads talking about this guy or that guy or who our next coach should be but I see this as a system-wide player problem. There is LOTS of hesitation going on with the Blues. The most obvious one I see is Tarasenko. He gets a puck from a pass and settles it down, and picks his spot, giving the goalie and D all the time they need to get into position. It's not just Frank either. Our PP has been a lot better, I get that. But good lord the Blues actually played great with the goalie pulled too! Except for one thing... they kept looking for that perfect play. I am not someone who yells "SHOOT!" at the games but gosh darnit I wouldn't be upset with anyone that did last night. And how about Perron late in the third had a wide open look and decides to drop-pass and nobody was home and the Ducks go the other way. Unreal. This team needs to learn to shoot when they have a shot. Who care's about being "the nice guy" or being selfless. Goals win games - not gold stars for trying to be cute.