Thread: Line Combos: Time to break up JTs line?
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11-02-2011, 12:45 PM
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KrisBeKreame
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I was thinking somthing similar

Moulson - Tavares - Okposo
Grabner - Bailey - Niederreiter
Comeau/Rolston - Neilsen - Parenteau
Martin - Reasoner - Pandolfo

Im not ready to give up on the chemistry of molson and tavares, but putting okposo there to dig out rebounds and corners i think they could do well.

Nielsen is a good center but hes not a playmaking center and hes just as effective as a 3rd line center.

My hope is that bailey can distribute the puck to two exellent skating wings and gain the confidence to put him back on track (Hes not going to do that with the lost wingers hes playing with now). Nielsen stabalizes the 3rd line with floater Comeau/Rolston and hard working PAP, with riding the hot hand between Comeau and Rolston till one of them earn the spot or till Comeau gets traded.

I see no need to fix the 4th beacuse they have been effective so far when called upon.

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