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12-04-2009, 09:35 PM
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As usual, Savard-Orr will be paired with the Malone line for offensive faceoffs, and with the Mosdell line for defensive faceoffs. The Maltsev line will once again be paired with the Goldham-Ross pair as much as possible.

Like in our first round, NJ's 4th line will take a few shifts against the opponent's first line (backed up by Savard-Orr to reduce any potential liablity), particularly early in the game. This allows Pie McKenzie to take shots at Frank Mahovlich, and I'm not sure Nighbor and Dye are really the guys to defend him.

NJ won't linematch much, but will be happy to get our scoring lines and Orr out there against Inglewood's slower bottom lines as much as possible.

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