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01-24-2013, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by tsujimoto74 View Post
I find it funny how people get mad at Lindy for breaking a line up when they go a game or two without being effective, and then also get mad at him for not breaking up lines that have shown chemistry when they do the exact same thing.
Dude just can't win (literally?).

Anyway. I think Ott has earned a chance in the top 6. Foligno hasn't played like he belongs there, so I'd flip the two. Grigs and Foligno looked pretty good in the couple shifts they had together tonight. Might be nothing, but maybe there's some chemistry there.
no he can't. he's a coach. there are times where he juggles players too much, and other times where he beats a dead horse with the same combo of players. his job is to find the best chemistry. you do whatever you need to do. if i recall, vanek-roy-afinogenov was our most productive lines back a few years ago. when they stopped clicking, i remember pulling my hair out. but everything good comes to an end. in this situation, i think changes are needed.

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