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10-05-2011, 09:10 PM
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Dont have a problem with Feds where he is. Hes usually involved in a good forechecking game, gets to the net and is involved in scoring chances. Thats something Wolski is hit or miss with. A good way to start the season is falling into good habits, and Fedotenko - while not the most fleet of foot or slick of hand - gets the job done and will help set a good tone on that line.

And i wouldnt worry too much about time distribution, because i think it will be pretty well distributed past the 1st line. Torts will have to keep the team fresh anyway being in Europe and all the travel coming up.

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