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07-13-2008, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Radek27 View Post
I don't see how he can improve on his numbers with the situation he finds himself in now. I see us trying to move him to wing and if that doesn't work he could be this years Callahan. Struggle at the start, get sent down for a while and called back up. Add in to the fact that we are very much in the Sundin hunt, if Dubinsky can't adapt to switching to wing then I see a long and frustrating season ahead for Duby.
I don't know about that. I think Dubinsky brings noticeably more to the table than someone like Callahan. He's bigger, more skilled, and is tougher to throw off the puck.

Like you said though, it depends a lot of where he's going to play. If it's on the second line for a whole season, I expect him to put up similar type numbers to those of last season or maybe even better. If he's on the third line then 30-35 points sound about right

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