Well, 4-on-4 defensive zone probably isn't a top priority in practice, so maybe they were playing a bit of a man-to-man setup. If that's the case, then Rafalski just got beat by Crosby. But if not, then you're right Suter was the one out of position when he slid to the corner to cover Iginla.Wasn't it Suter who slid over when he didn't need to? I thought Rafalski was already there and was in the right spot.
And that would have been Parise. He was floating in the high slot area when he actually probably should have been much lower, so I agree with you on this one, too.And a forward could have easily collapsed down low - I mean it was ot in the gold medal game - defense should've been a top priority.