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08-27-2012, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Kershaw View Post
Yup. Exact words I was going to say. Pyatt isn't bad, but you have Hagelin, Boyle and Pyatt who all have hands of stones and are pretty mediocre players offensively. Zuccarello adds an element of much needed skill on the bottom 6. I'm not a believer of a skilled top 6, grinding bottom 6, that tires your team out pretty easily. I'd much prefer offense on the first 3 lines and one checking line.

Hagelin-Boyle-Zuccarello = great 3rd line. Maybe one of the best in the league.
What league? The NHL? C'mon.

The argument of what kind of 3rd line you want to have is a legitimate one. What isnt legitimate is inserting Zuccarello into that argument as some sort of key cog.

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