Thread: News Article: Kane ready to take the next step
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06-13-2011, 10:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Crazy_Ike View Post
Stop worrying about permanent lines. Teams need to be able to adapt to their opponent not lock themselves into things. Sharp has been good there but another option on LW is essential. No more Stalberg idiocy please.
While true, sometimes there are lines that are just that good that you don't break up and there are plenty of examples of that not only throughout history but in modern times as well. That line can be that good. I'm not claiming to stubbornly stay with it if there are glaring needs elsewhere that require the breakup of it, but with this roster and what this roster will be there barring injuries there are plenty of other options on the other three lines you could mix and match to adapt to another team, and in the same breath a line that good could cause another team to have to adapt their lines and you force their hand. You don't get stubborn with it but I just think it's worth giving that line combo a long term look.

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