"If he's really on his game or he's struggling, he knows he's not going to get pulled compared to a climate where faceoff guys think, 'Well, if I don't get this one, I'm going to get pulled for the next draw,'" Moran said. "They put a lot of pressure on themselves, and sometimes that works against them. Just like with a goalie, you've got to let him get some shots. With a faceoff guy, you've got to let him get some whistles. He might not start off great, but over the course of the game and the season, hopefully, he can get a feel for what he has to do."