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11-26-2010, 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by SJeasy View Post
By putting him in as a 12th forward and PP specialist you are creating a 5 man rotation by default. Unless you go 7 dmen and make Bergeron the 11th forward. You are not allowed to dress 7 dmen and 12 forwards; the limit is 18 skaters. Going 11/7 means no enforcer (Mayers or McLaren) in the lineup because they certainly aren't dropping Nichol. Besides all that, he wasn't a very effective scorer as a forward.

The issue isn't PP scoring for the Sharks, it is 5on5 which means a PMD. They are in a mini-slump on the PP but their overall PP numbers are very good and probably the only reason that they aren't in the league cellar.

Their are some logical holes in your analysis.
Bergeron would be the 12th forward, but there could still be six defensemen. He'll just play "defenseman" on the power play.

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