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10-15-2012, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Chapin Landvogt View Post
Actually, the report on Hannover's homepage says that both Dipietro and D'Agostino were NOT in the line-up.

Ohhhh, wait a second, that was Friday.

Yep, they both played in the home loss yesterday. Dipietro allowed three goals against in 59:20 of play.

D'Agostino didn't score.

The team is dead last in the standings.

Folks, we are talking about ECHL-level hockey here, with the third and fourth lines made up of mostly kids who'd be playing high school hockey stateside.

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So what kind of role will D'Agostino have on the team do you think? Is he considered a 1st or 2nd liner since the skill level is that low? I'm interested if this can serve as a somewhat decent opportunity for Rick to ease his way back into action and get some confidence and poise back. Guess we will find out.

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