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07-18-2008, 02:06 PM
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Just wanted to clear up a few things regarding my original post. In my opinion, Dubinsky can remain at center on the third line this year but going forward I believe he is a top six talent and will need to play on one of the top two lines in the future, either as a center or a wing.

My question is whether or not Dubinskyís skill set would translate to playing the wing as a power forward type? Iím not advocating moving to Dubinsky to the wing but if he has played wing in Junior and can make the move it would fill that void of power forward that this organization is lacking. Iím perfectly happy to allow him to continue to develop as a center but I wanted to know if the move to wing was a realistic option based on his skill set and play in Junior. Any thoughts or insights on this would be great.

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