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01-14-2013, 07:13 AM
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One thing that is interesting here - if Gaborik with his speedy wheels moves to the left side - is that he will be pairing up against different defenders than previously on the right side (on the top 2 D pairings at least). I find them generally, but not always, weaker than the defenders he has been going up against on the left side. Just a thought

Take a look and elaborate:

Vs Boston (3)
LD RD
Zdeno Chara Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg Andrew Ference

Vs Buffalo (3)
LD RD
Tyler Myers Jordan Leopold
Robyn Regehr Andrej Sekera

Vs Carolina (3)
LD RD
Justin Faulk Joni Pitkanen
Tim Gleason Joe Corvo

Vs Florida (3)
LD RD
Brian Campbell Filip Kuba
Mike Weaver Dmitri Kulikov

Vs Montreal (3)
LD RD
Josh Gorges P.K. Subban
Andrei Markov Alexei Emelin

Vs NJD (4)
LD RD
Henrik Tallinder Marek Zidlicky
Andy Greene Anton Volchenkov

Vs Fishstix (4)
LD RD
Andrew MacDonald Mark Streit
Travis Hamonic ??

Vs Ottawa (3)
LD RD
Mark Methot Erik Karlsson
Chris Phillips Sergei Gonchar

Vs Philthy (5)
LD RD
Braydon Coburn Kimmo Timonen
Luke Schenn Nicklas Grossman

Vs Pittsburgh (5)
LD RD
Kris Letang Matt Niskanen
Brooks Orpik Paul Martin

Vs TML (3)
LD RD
Dion Phaneuf Carl Gunnarsson
John-Michael Liles Korbinian Holzer

Vs Washington (3)
LD RD
Karl Alzner John Carlson
Mike Green Roman Hamrlik

Vs Winnipeg (3)
LD RD
Dustin Byfuglien Tobias Enstrom
Zach Bogosian Ron Hainsey

Please feel free to correct any mistakes you might find regarding defensive pairings!

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