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07-14-2008, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Rags225 View Post
just curious but why would you put two players w/ offensive potential (cally, sjo) w/ w/ maybe the worst offensive center in hockey thus negating their offense, and put two players w/ very limited offensive potential w/ a center who has some offensive potential thus negating that.

Sjo-Fritsche-Cally
Rissmiller-Betts-orr/Voros

would make more sense on the bottom 6. this way you would have three lines who can score, and one who doesn't rather than only 2 lines like you put up.
i did it because i dont see callahan as having much offensive potential at the nhl level.....also, i think voros has more offensive ability than many believe.........lastly with the loss of shanahan, straka and avery i think players like sjostrom, callahan, betts and drury will be getting more and more pk time, which adds up when it is a physical game, like the rangers play....so in most instances i would see the third line and the 4th line only having a couple minutes difference in ice time

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