139:12 And Counting, The Barons Couldn't Score in a Brothel With a Fistfull of $100's
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11-10-2012, 04:09 PM
Join Date: Feb 2009
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The thought process behind it is to spread the offensive wealth throughout the lineup and perhaps have one of these 3 not playing against as difficult an opposition match up. Also, the secondary scoring has been virtually non-existent, and the attempt is to kickstart the Pitlicks, Landers, Paajarvi's etc. I have no problem with the lines, our "big 3" should be more than capable of producing on their own, I don't want them getting dependent on only being able to perform when on a line together. Granted they are (usually) effective together, but the AHL team does not have the luxuury of a 1A/1B lineup we'll be able to roll out in the NHL. They're still together on the powerplay, this shouldn't be an issue.
The Lander's and Pitlick's need to learn to create some offense on their own. They won't have an RNH, Hall, or Eberle to play with ever again. Their efficiency as skilled players is highly reduced when you play them with offensive black holes.
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