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01-04-2013, 10:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Marc the Habs Fan View Post
The success of Boucher and Sarault without Galchenyuk should increase the chances of it happening, even if it's probably very small, one would think. The Sting could have 2 very good lines if they wanted it.
But say it did lead Beaulieu to try that, would he take Goldobin off the top line and pair him Galchenyuk, or we he feel inclined to leave him there and not touch what is already succeeding. At that point, you are left with:`

Goldobin-Sarault-Boucher
???-Galchenyuk-???

Who do you stick on Gally's wings, if you don't want to break up the new 1st line? Do you take Nikandrov off C and place him on the wing? No, he's good at his position and has great chemistry with Goldobin... but Goldobin is now on the 1st line.

I think it's too much of a hassle. Keep Gally on the 1st line with Sarault and Boucher and continue to have Goldobin and Nikandrov work as a killer duo. Brown is coming into his own as well.

Can't wait to watch Galchenyuk play with the Sting again.

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