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01-21-2010, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Predanerd View Post
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 IF 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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