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10-11-2008, 12:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Mess View Post
Tlusty and Grabs are still young and inexperienced and still feeling their way around .. It wouldn't surprise me if that line over takes the first one in a month or two and becomes our most dangerous offensive line on a nightly basis..

If Kulemin joined the tall cans in an all USSR combo unit I think it could do really well .. Antropov is a great playmaker with vision, Poni's strength is his board work and Kulemin could be the closer and finisher that would make it very effective and dynamic. IMO.

I would like to see ..

Poni ---- Antropov --- Kulemin
Tlusty -- Grabovski--- Hagman
Steen -- Moore ------ Mitchell
Hollweg --Stajan ---- Mayers
Its only one game, but if the Detroit game was any indication then Antropov/Blake need a player who can control the puck in the Offensive zone. Noone on that line can maneuver in the offensive zone with the puck effectively enough. I think it would be best for Fletcher to try to acquire someone to fill the void, rather than try switching people around.

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