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12-03-2012, 07:36 PM
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Originally Posted by StringerBell View Post
Scheifele-RNH-Rattie ----> Elite playmaking in RHN, scoring in Rattie, and all around play with Scheifele
Huberdeau-Mackinnon-Drouin ----> Chemistry in SSS speaks for itself
Hudon-Strome-Ritchie ----> Hudon would compliment these two IceDog teammates well
Danault-Jenner-Wilson ----> Opposition's nightmare line to matchup against
Monahan ----> Most versatile player left out of the top 12

Reilly-Hamilton ----> Dynamite offense with good defensive capability
Harrington-Oullet ----> Shutdown pairing with proven chemistry
Murphy-Reinhart ----> Spott's offensive favourite paired with a big, physical defensive guy
Dumba ----> Not having the best year so far, but a team Canada favourite who would bring energy and physicality from the 7th spot

Subban ----> No brainer
Binnington ----> Matter of preference, but he'll have to win it over Brossoit
Brossoit ----> Could easily earn the backup spot with a strong camp
Are your lines listing the centres in the middle? If so, I don't think you end up getting nearly the most out of Scheifele or Drouin by playing them on their off wing/side; which looks like an unnecessary handicap considering it impacts both lines in your top 6. Don't know if it's "better", but if those are the players to work with, it seems to make more "sense" to go:

Huberdeau - RNH - Rattie/Scheifele
Drouin - MacKinnon/Scheifele - Scheifele/MacKinnon/Rattie

Huberdeau - MacKinnon - Drouin (or Drouin - Huberdeau - MacKinnon, or however we shuffle it up) on a powerplay, though? That I'd certainly do. Probably with RNH and one of the RH defensemen (Drouin or RNH on the other point for lulz?).

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