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02-08-2012, 10:19 AM
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What do you all think of a Ted Lindsay - Russell Bowie - Martin St Louis first line? I think it's a perfect mix of playmaking and goalscoring, all three men can handle the puck and bring it up ice, both wing back check, and Lindsay is probably the toughest pound-for-pound hockey player ever.

I realize it's not a traditional line - usually the relatively one dimensional goal scorer plays wing - here he's playing center.

But Ted Lindsay and Martin St Louis are not your traditional wingers. Both are very adept at carrying te puck and both have led the league in assists (with Lindsay equally as good at scoring as he is at playmaking).

It's not what I originally envisioned (I liked Lindsay and Selanne on opposite wings), but I think it might be the best thing for my team.

Selanne would drop to the second line.

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