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04-11-2011, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
It might be a great line in the AHL, but in the NHL I honestly don't think you can have a guy who MIGHT hit 10 goals in a season in the top nine. Gillies had size, speed, and energy, but that's the definition of a fourth liner, unless he either has scoring ability or great defensive play.

I always think, where would Gillies play on the Detroit Red Wings or Washington Capitals? He'd be a borderline fourth liner.
Well Gillies isn't a lock for our team next year. Wellman's probably got a better shot at a top-9 spot based on his performance in his final call-up.

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