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07-10-2012, 03:06 PM
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Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary, AB
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I think you'll see pairings of:
Bouwmeester (1) / Butler (4)
Giordano (2) / Wideman (3)
Brodie (5) / Sarich (6)
With actual ice time rank in brackets as you'll see Bouwmeester ,Wideman & Giordano get plenty of opportunity on the PP with a forward (Tanguay) playing the other point on one unit.
I agree with this, as much as I don't want Wideman paired with Gio...
Gio and Wideman are our two most offensive d-men. Why put them on the same pairing?
Bouwmeester-Wideman would allow Wideman to play up his offensive game more as Bouw will be able to cover for him. Butler takes a reduced role with Gio and looks better for it, as he isn't a top pairing guy.
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