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07-28-2012, 11:33 AM
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MPStoEberletoHall
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Originally Posted by SK13 View Post
The pro depth-chart is interesting.

LW:
Taylor Hall
Ryan Smyth
Ben Eager
Darcy Hordichuk
Teemu Hartikainen
Magnus Paajarvi
Tyler Pitlick
Curtis Hamilton

RW:
Jordan Eberle
Ales Hemsky
Nail Yakupov
Ryan Jones
Lennart Petrell
Antti Tervainen
*Phil Cornet

C:
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Sam Gagner
Shawn Horcoff
Eric Belanger
Anton Lander
Chris Vande Velde

D:
Jeff Petry
Ladislav Smid
Ryan Whitney
Justin Schultz
Nick Schultz
Andy Sutton
Corey Potter
Theo Peckham
Colten Tuebert
Martin Marincin
Brandon Davidson

G:
Devan Dubnyk
Nikolai Khabibulin
Yann Danis
Olivier Roy
Tyler Bunz

Honestly, the centre position, in spite of having no different names, looks much better for Ryan Nugent-Hopkins' arrival. There's a legit 1, a legit 2, a legit 3 and a legit 4, with two quality call-ups for bottom six positions. LW has depth, but RW has top end depth. I wish there was a name a top the D pile to knock everyone down one spot, but I'm comfortable with 4 of those guys ability to play 20 minutes a night, and one of the others may be able to. I'm a lot less nervous about Bulin with Danis pencilled in right underneath him. It's a better group not only because of Yakupov/Schultz, but because of growth.

Hall - RNH - Eberle
Yakupov - Gagner - Hemsky
Smyth - Horcoff - Jones
Eager - Belanger - Petrell
Hordichuk

Smid - Petry
Whitney - J. Schultz
N. Schultz - Potter
Sutton, Peckham

Dubnyk
Khabibulin
I Like everything about this except the defence. I'd like to see

Smid-Petry
J Schultz-N Schultz
Whitney-Sutton

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