Thread: Luring Sundin?
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07-03-2008, 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by CFPatUSC View Post
A ****ing men!

We need some size in our top 6. Bernier provides that and is only 23 so he has a ton of untapped ability.

Bernier, Zherdev, Fritsche, Korpikoski, Dubinsky, Dawes? That would give us 6 forwards with top 6 ability 23 or younger.
I like this idea.

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Originally Posted by Ace2008
how about

Naslund---Sundin--Sjostrom*has everything - 3 20-25 goal guys

Zherdev--Gomez---G.Moore/T.Bertuzzi(no that's not a typo Todd!)

Dawes----Dubinsky-Prucha(I'm not saying a word..this line cleans up!

Drury-----Anisimov--Callahan(Basically 4 lines play all out attack) no more relying on Betts to Shutdown forwards...let the Defenders do the Shutdown stuff. The forwards still backcheck and play responsibly but no more line matching...Let the opposition coach try to match 4 lines...its the 2007 Buffalo Sabres all over again...any line thats out there is a true Scoring line w/ at least 2 20-25 goal caliber guys on the wings at any given time. Lets see more points for the forwards and more assists for the blueliners

Staal---Redden
Kalinin---Roz
Fahey--Girardi
Pock----Sauer/Sanguinetti/Hutchinson etc...
I DON'T like this idea.

Drury on the fourth line? No way. You don't need four scoring lines. You don't even really need three. You'd like SOME scoring from your third line but you can get that with a Korpi/Fritsche/Cally third line.

Adding Sundin would be ok, but not trying to spread out our scorers over 4 lines. Put Sjostrom at the bottom where he belongs and move Drury back to the top 2. And don't bother with Bertuzzi.

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