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Originally Posted by dannyboy8920 View Post
RNH on the top line makes this even more interesting.

I hope they utilize Jenner, the guy doesn't lose a draw and is a talented scorer. All in a nice neat package of hard-worker, that will kill penalties and shut down any line.


Id like to see

Strome-RNH-Huberdeu
Hudon-Scheifele-Rattie
Mackinnon-Monahan-Drouin
Ritchie-Jenner-Wilson

Hamilton-Rielly
Murphy-Harrington
Reinhart-Pouliott


Man that is deep.
I think they spread out that top line that you have there, but the one you have there is pretty dirty.


I think they will put:


Monahan - Nugent-Hopkins - Strome
-- surprising that I put Monahan up there, but I think he will be able to work well on that line during preliminary games and see where they go from there.

MacKinnon - Huberdeau - Scheifle
-- another one of those situations where you put a lot of stock in surrounding your bright young talent with veterans (if you could call them that at 19&20).

Lessio - Jenner - Sutter
-- a line that you don't want to play against and could easily put up points

Ritchie - Shinkaruk - Wilson
-- Pretty scary there.


Rielly - Reinhart

Pouliot - Hamilton

Harrington - Dumba/Murphy


I like to have a solid shutdown guy with a guy that could play offence. I know in World Juniors its likely going to be Reinhart and Harrington as your top shutdown pairing, but I think it exposes your team in other areas if all of your eggs are in one basket, so to speak.

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