Colin Wilson's Development
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01-21-2010, 09:24 AM
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Nashville, Tn
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I disagree with this line of thinking. I understand the logic in it though.
If Goc is producing, you leave him there. Wilson and O'Reilly didn't do anything on a scoring line, so why would we try to force it? Sometimes you play what works, not what looks better on paper or what is better for an individual's development.
I understand your line of thinking, 'if he is producing, leave him there'. Just because a guy is putting up 40 points, does not mean we can't replace him with a guy that will put up 50...
But O'Reilly DID do something on a scoring line -- 3 points in 4 games, actually. Also, i said
you have Wilson or O'Reilly ready to go in the NHL, then you move Goc to the 4th. All based on IF they are ready to make the jump.
*Note: I like having Goc on the 3rd line under Trotz because it gives us two options for shut-down lines
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