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09-23-2010, 11:39 PM
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That's a mistake IMO. Versteeg is too much of a puck-hog to compliment those guys (who have great chemistry together). While it could work wonders with Bozak feeding both of them, I think it'll result in the Leafs being way too top-heavy. They need Versteeg on a 2nd or 3rd line. He's not going to help Kessel or Bozak score any more goals, and the difference between him on a 1st and 2nd line would problably be only around 5 goals; whereas being put alongside Bozak-Kessel would benefit Kulemin much more.

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I think Versteeg could score 30 on that line if things went well, but Kulemin would problably be limited to around 15 on a second line. Versteeg on a second line would problably score around 25, whereas Kulemin on the first could also be around that 25-goal range.

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